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Lady Gaga 'ARTPOP' Documentary in the Works

Photographer Terry Richardson to track singer's life, new LP

Lady Gaga in Milan, Italy.
Pier Marco Tacca/Getty Images
December 26, 2012 9:30 AM ET

Lady Gaga surprised her fans on Christmas, announcing on Twitter that photographer Terry Richardson is working on a documentary about her and her forthcoming album, ARTPOP. "I love you @Terry_World thank you for believing in me and my fans," she tweeted. "I have looked up to you and your work for so long, its a dream come true!"

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Lady Gaga hasn't set a release date for ARTPOP, but plans to release the record as a regular album and as an interactive app. Gaga revealed she has already written around 50 songs for ARTPOP earlier this month.

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