Lady Gaga 'ARTPOP' Album, New Details Revealed During Twitter Q&A; Singer Making a Christmas Special With the Muppets [VIDEO]

To build anticipation for ARTPOP, which releases next month, Gaga also engaged fans with a Twitter Q&A.

She gave away quite a few specific details about the album. There will be 15 or 16 tracks on the album and she described the work as being "a mix of eros, fantasy, and rage."

"But it's also about joy and cannabis," she added.

Gaga also revealed that the video for one of the songs, Venus, will be directed by Ruth Hogben. Hogben also directed the video for Kanye West's Lost in the World.

She also answered some general questions about her personal likes and dislikes, saying that her favorite "psychedelic artist" was Pink Floyd and that she loved eating Belgian waffles with Nutella.

The Applause singer also said that the album was the "album of millenium" in a tweet on Oct. 15. Turns out, that wasn't quite enough and she was looking for something more grandiose, so she followed the tweet with another more apt one:

"I was trying to think of something more ridiculous than Millennium..ALBUM OF INFINTE!" she wrote. ARTPOP will release on Nov. 11.

In addition to releasing a new album, Lady Gaga will be presenting a Christmas TV special with the Muppets, according to a report by E!

While not many details about the production are known, the publication confirmed that Gaga shot the holiday special in Los Angeles. This is not the first time 27-year-old singer has been associated with the Muppets.

Kermit the frog was her date at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards.

Jim Henson's Creature Shop created pieces for Gaga's Monster Ball tour in 2010. Gaga also wore an outfit made of Kermit toys to take an anti-fur stand on German TV.

It was also rumored that Gaga would be making her film debut with The Muppets (Amy Adams, Jason Segel) movie in 2011.

This will be Gaga's second Christmas special. Gaga made her last Christmas special in 2011, A Very Gaga Thanksgiving, which was filmed at the Convent of the Sacred Heart in New York City. The special featured guests like Katie Couric, Art Smith, and Tony Bennett. Other than her hits, Gaga performed classics like White Christmas and Orange Colored Sky.

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