Lady Gaga hints ’Telephone’ sequel

Lady Gaga hints ’Telephone’ sequel

Lady Gaga has hinted she is working on a follow-up to her 2010 single Telephone.

The 28-year-old singer suggested the song’s sequel in two posts on her Instagram account, in which she quoted lyrics to the chart-topping track before revealing she is writing new music.

Alongside a picture of a pair of shoes, she wrote: "These are my leave me alone heels. My Telephone heels. Stop callin’, I don’t wanna think anymore. (sic)."

In a second post, she added: "Love you monsters, writing songs. Miss u all the time."

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The track - on which she collaborated with Beyonce - hit number one in the UK in 2010 and has since sold more than 7 million copies around the world.

When originally released, the star teased there would be a continuation of the track by writing, "To be continued..." at the end of the video, although no subsequent song has emerged.

Lady Gaga - who got engaged to long-term boyfriend Taylor Kinney last month - revealed in December she is working on music for her next album, with producers RedOne and Giorgio Moroder reportedly involved in the project.

"I want the fans to be surprised, but I will just tell you that it’s a wonderful, soul-searching experience," she said.

"... and it’s very unlike the last album in that way. I made that album on the road. ’ARTPOP’ was, you know, the acid-making record. And this record is like -- my old self as a cadaver. And I’m just, I’m operating on my old self."

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