Lady Gaga Reveals She Quit Smoking ‘Cold Turkey’ After Inhaling 2 Packs a Day

March 1, 2020
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Lady Gaga is on a healthier path and is breathing in the fresh air.

The pop diva has revealed she is no longer a smoker after her cigarette addiction had her inhaling two packs a day.

“I’m not smoking anymore, but I’d smoke 40 cigarettes all day long,” she said during an interview on “New Music Daily with Zane Lowe.” “I swear on my life I’m not smoking cigarettes.”

The 33-year-old advised her fans not to pick up the habit and described the process of going cold turkey as “brutal.”

“I completely quit — I quit cold turkey. But it was so hard. If you don’t smoke, don’t smoke!,” she added. “Because quitting is worse. It is so brutal.”

One perk of the horrible experience is that Gaga is committed to staying cigarette free.

She continued: “And I will never smoke again because I think I saw Jesus for an entire week. It was so awful.”

The singer’s new outlook comes on the heels of dropping her latest track “Stupid Love” on Friday.

The video finds Gaga decked out in an intergalactic pink ensemble on a mission to bring peace and positivity to the world.

The infectious single sees Mother Monster return to her dance pop roots after releasing the stripped down album “Joanne” in 2016.

While she’s crooning about "Stupid Love," the Oscar winner appears to also be basking in the glow of her budding relationship with Michael Polansky.

Earlier this month, Gaga went Instagram official with her new man after they were spotted canoodling in Miami on Super Bowl weekend.

“We had so much fun in Miami,” she captioned a snap of herself sitting in the businessman’s lap. “Love to all my little monsters and fans, you’re the best!”

Polansky’s ex-girlfriend recently penned an article describing how it felt to find out he was dating the megastar. In the New York Times piece, she called Gaga “amazing” and “incredibly motivational.”

Gaga has yet to announce the title or release date for her upcoming sixth studio album.

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