Shortly after California made it legal for gay couples to marry, Pop singer Lady Gaga (who is a known supporter and advocate for the gays) says that she was immediately inspired to sit down and write some new music!

In an interview with Ryan Seacrest earlier this week, the international Pop sensation revealed that the overturning of California’s Proposition 8 gay marriage ban put her in a song-writing mood and she’s penned so many new tracks that she might put out not just one, but TWO studio albums next year.

She told Ryan Seacrest:

“I felt like it was a revolution, like a gunshot went off, like it set us all into rotation. It was so exciting when it happened because it, for me, was a moment that indicated that it could happen in every state now…I was so happy and I went into the studio and kept writing [new music]. … I know I told everybody my album was done, which is it kinda is done, but I can’t stop writing music. I don’t know what I’m going to do. I might have to put out two records.”

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Lady Gaga is outta control! Two albums in one year? We’ve heard of rappers doing that but not singers…

She’s already put out two albums in 2 years that have BOTH went on to have chart success. And not to mention her worldwide, never-ending “Monster Ball” tour that’s selling out shows left and right. If she somehow manages to achieve some success from these new projects, she’ll definitely be on her way to becoming a legend in her own right.

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