After her fake-blood-and-drama-filled performance at the Video Music Awards, it seems that Lady Gaga won't be taking a break any time soon. She's appearing on "Saturday Night Live" on Saturday, is re-releasing her hit debut with several bonus tracks as The Fame Monster on November 24, and she launches her co-headlining "Fame Kills" tour with Kanye West next month — and she said she'll be launching her own headlining tour in March. She talked about all of the above in recent interviews with Las Vegas radio station KLUC and San Diego's Star 94.1.
"I have a new single that I'm actually going to be performing on 'Saturday Night Live,' [along] with 'Paparazzi,' and then I'm going to put out a kind of new body of work," Gaga told Star 94; the single she's referring to may be a new song fans have been calling "New York." "It's kind of a re-release but [with] more songs than you usually get on a re-release. It's called The Fame Monster and that's [coming out] in November.
"I wrote almost a full album's worth of material and right now I'm kind of spending my time sifting through it all and doctoring it and making it perfect and deciding what I want everyone to hear," she continued. "But I'm really proud of it. It's definitely life after The Fame."
Asked whether she'll be performing the new material on the "Fame Kills" tour, Gaga told KLUC, "You'll see all of it!"
She also revealed that she'll be embarking on a solo headlining world tour next year. "When I come back from my world tour, I'm doing another world tour after this, which is going to be in March of next year," she told Star 94.1.
At press time, a rep for Gaga had not granted MTV News' request for details on the singer's statements.