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A month after going under the knife, Lady Gaga’s manager says that she is doing well and will soon continue working on her upcoming album, Artpop.
In February, we reported that Lady Gaga regrettably cancelled 21 dates on her Born This Way Ball Tour after a paralyzing injury left her unable to walk after a show in Madrid.
She had been keeping the chronic pain a secret from her management, but what was later deemed as a labral tear in her right hip proved unbareable.
After an operation on her hip, her recommended recovery consisted of weeks of crutches and months of physical therapy.
Now, a month after her surgery, Lady Gaga’s manager Vincent Herbert says she is “doing wonderful.” Additionally, she is ready to continue working on a “very refreshing” new album with collaborations from artists such as Zedd, reports The Associated Press.
In fact, Gaga has been getting around in style. Jewelry designer Ken Borochov created a 24-karat gold plated wheelchair for her complete with leather seats and a removable canopy, confirms MTV.
According to Artist Direct, the Born Brave Bus, a campaign designed to promote self-acceptance through interactions with like-minded youth, will return to tour four states. It is scheduled to arrive at New York City on March 23 and 24 and Chicago on March 27.
"I can't wait for the world to hear her new music and see her come back healthy, strong and better than ever," Herbert said of Gaga.