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Lady Gaga gave fans a glimpse of the IRL version of her artRave stage on Saturday, tweeting out an image featuring her sitting atop what looks like the C stage. There's only 7 days to go before the tour launches in Fort Lauderdale, Florida! Be sure to check out and follow gagasartrave.com for fan curated coverage of the tour from start to finish!

Lovelife, Wayne G, Rami Samir Afuni, and KDrew have contributed total reworkings of Lady Gaga's single "G.U.Y.". We're loving the 90s throwback vibe they give. Check them out!

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During her interview with NRJ France, Gaga once again confirmed that she will be releasing the second act of ARTPOP sometime within the next 12 months. We have a feeling it'll be sooner rather than later. Check out what she said below!

I wrote a lot of music for ARTPOP and I’ve been writing more, as well. I have thought about putting out the second act and right now I’m just getting ready for the tour. It’s actually very different from what is on the first act, I think that’s why I say it will be Act II because it’s a progression. It’s very important that when I put music out that you hear a really strong evolution because I’m changing every time.

I’m hoping to put it out within the next year and I’m also very excited that me and Tony Bennett are putting out a jazz album called Cheek to Cheek together this year.

Lady Gaga started doing the rounds on UK radio Tuesday to promote her new single "G.U.Y." and talk a bit about her upcoming artRave: The ARTPOP Ball Tour! While talking to BBC Radio 1's Scott Mills, Gaga also responded to a recent comment by Lily Allen, commending Gaga for staying true to artistic self rather than chasing hits:

If she's not succeeding commercially because she's standing by what she does as art, then that's a fucking great thing. That's to be commended. That's what makes a martyr. There's nothing wrong with that.

Gaga responded saying "That's really very sweet. I've always been a very big fan of hers. I appreciate her standing up for artists, and standing up for me in particular. That's really admirable for her to do that. I think all artists should stand by one another, and for one another," adding that "when it becomes a competition we aren't supporting the production and creativity in art but when you support all artists then you're supporting everyone and anything to make what they love." Gaga finished off by thanking her fellow pop star, saying "she's always had that very old soul heart of hers, so it doesn't surprise me, but I thought that was very sweet. Thank you, Lily. You're Lovely."

Lady Gaga has been nominated for Top Dance/Electronic Artist, Top Dance/Electronic Album with ARTPOP, and Top Dance/Electronic Song for "Applause" at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards. In addition to Gaga's nominations, "G.U.Y." producer and ARTPOP collaborator, Zedd is nominated in three of the same categories alongside Avicii, Daft Punk, and Calvin Harris.

Check out the full list of nominations at Billboard.com. The 2014 Billboard Music Awards will air live Sunday, May 18th 8/7c on ABC.

Lady Gaga performed her final show at New York's famed Roseland Ballroom before the venue closed its doors for good on Monday. Check out the full show as it was streamed by Verizon Wireless below!