In the new track, the pop star emotionally belts out:
“Caught up in your show/Yeah, at least now I know
It wasn’t love, it wasn’t love/It was a perfect illusion
Mistaken for love, it wasn’t love/It was a perfect illusion
You were a perfect illusion”
On Monday, the blonde sat down with Andy Cohen on his Sirius XM radio show, and dished all about the single and her big breakup.
In fact, GaGa addressed the speculation that the words are about her former fianc├â┬⌐, saying:
“It’s sort of the elephant in the room about Perfect Illusion, like, is it about Taylor?”
The 30-year-old finally answered the huge question, spilling:
“I love Taylor so, so much, and this song is not a hit-out against Taylor. He’s my best friend. So, this song is just about, I’m sure, not only feelings that I’ve had, but that he’s had, my friends have had, that my sister has in her relationship. It’s a record about all of us.”
“And I would never use my song, or want to use the public to hurt anyone that I love so much.”
When Andy described her called-off engagement as a “conscious uncoupling,” the New York native corrected the TV personality about the current status of her relationship with Taylor:
“I don’t think we’ve un-anything. We’re just two people figuring it out.”
Does that mean there’s a reconciliation in their future?! Ch-ch-check out the full clip from GaGa’s interview (below)!
[Image via Brian To/WENN.]