Lady Gaga Wants Beyonce For ‘Paparazzi’/’Telephone’ Trilogy

But Mother Monster confirms to host Andy Cohen final clip in the series is on its way even if Queen Bey is too busy to collab.

Fans are already hyped for the November 11 release of Lady Gaga‘s ARTPOP, but a new tease from Mother Monster may get them even more excited.

Appearing on Bravo‘s “Watch What Happens Live” Wednesday night, the singer revealed that she’ll soon be wrapping up her “Paparazzi”/ “Telephone” video series . The final clip in the series is on its way and will make it a trilogy!

Beyoncé, however, may not be around for the last chapter.

“Oh my goodness! Well, when she’s available. Beyoncé’s very busy,” Gaga told host Andy Cohen. “Anytime [she wants to work together], I love Beyoncé. We had such a great time making ‘Telephone.’”

Gaga kicked off the Jonas Akerlund-directed series — about a man-killing badass — back in 2009, with “Paparazzi,” and then continued the story the next year with Bey in tow for the “Telephone” video . While Gaga confirmed the upcoming clip, she wouldn’t give a title, cheekily saying, “blank will be coming out soon.”

The star also said she was working on ideas for an ARTPOP tour. Gaga recently started performing again after canceling her Born This Way Tour in February to undergo hip surgery. She performed “Applause” at the VMAs and then teased several new ARTPOP tracks at the iTunes Festival earlier this month.

During her often-silly appearance on the late-night show, Gaga opened up about crushing on female strippers in Russia and all the members of One Direction. She warned her fans not to do Molly and then defended Miley Cyrus’ VMAs performance .

“I just think everybody needs to lighten up and leave her alone because it’s pop music. Everybody’s entitled to their own artistic expression, and if you have a problem with it, just change the channel,” she said, adding that she gives Miley “props.”

And in case anyone was wondering, Gaga seems to be tiring of the twerking trend, urging people “to stop putting the letter ‘t’ in front of the word ‘werk.’”