Lady GaGa insists that she'll never stop singing the songs her fans love, no matter how much her music changes throughout her career. She may have just released her sixth studio album 'Joanne', but she's always down to play her 2008 smash hit 'Poker Face' at shows, especially if she's still performing 50 years on.

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Her new album 'Joanne' is definitely a departure from her previous work. This time, the issues she explores go deeper, and there's much more meaning within the lyrics than say 'Poker Face' or 'Bad Romance'. But even if her songwriting tastes have changed, she certainly has no regrets and still loves to perform her classics.

'I've had that. I've done that, that was great. I loved it. That was amazing', she said of writing her very first hits in an interview with Zane Lowe for Beats 1 yesterday (October 20th 2016). 'And I will sing those songs for you and for everyone for the rest of my life.'

While she's only 30-years-old, it's difficult to know what her future has in store. But right now, she's not seeing an early retirement on the horizon. 'I'll tour until I'm seventy-five maybe ninety like Tony [Bennett]', she mused. 'I can't wait. I think I'm going to peak at seventy-five.'

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She even has some idea about her image as a septuagenarian. 'Long white-gray hair, sleeve tattoos just banging around p-p-p-p-poker face', she continued, adding that she wants to be at 'OldChella'; a play on the name of major music festival Coachella and the nickname of the 2016 Desert Trip event in Indio, California which took place last weekend. It saw a line-up of classic oldies artists like Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones, Neil Young, Paul McCartney, The Who and Roger Waters.

'Joanne' is released today (October 21st 2016).