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Lady Gaga to Take a 'Rest' from Her Music Career
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13 Sep 2017 01:15 PM EST

-by Laura Tucker, Staff Writer; Image: Lady Gaga (Image Source: John Bauld via Wikimedia Commons)

There's no doubt Lady Gaga has been very busy over the last few years. She's been working on both her music and acting careers, but now she's saying she'll be taking a rest from her music, hinting that there could be something else in store for her.

The 31-year-old singer hit the music scene in 2001 but didn't really hit it big until "Poker Face" in 2008. She followed that up with many more hits including "Paparazzi," "Bad Romance," "Born this Way," "You and I," "Million Reasons."

She appeared in American Horror Story: Hotel, American Horror Story: Roanoke, and will also star in the remake of A Star Is Born with Bradley Cooper, due to be released next year.

But those looking for more music out of her will have to keep waiting, as she has announced that she is planning on taking a "rest" from her music and that she wants to "slow down for a moment for some healing."

No one can blame her; she has a lot going on. She performed two concerts in Toronto and while there also premiered her Netflix documentary/memoir, Gaga: Five Foot Two, at the Toronto International Film Festival.

In the film, she not only features her performance at this year's Super Bowl but also discusses the chronic pain issues she has.

"It's debilitating," she told reporters, "but it's liberating too."

After her current tour winds down in December, she will get that much-needed rest.

"When this tour is over I will take a little downtime from myself, and then I'll get back to doing what I love," said Gaga. "I'm never not making music. I'm never not creating. I just am excited to spend some time reflecting on that past ten years and getting excited about what I want to create next."

Yet she also promised, "It doesn't mean I don't have some things up my sleeve."

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