Lady Gaga Teases Music Video For New Piano Version of 'Joanne,' Donates to Lupus Research

Lady Gaga, 2016
Jun Sato/WireImage

Lady Gaga attends the promotional event for her new album 'Joanne' at the The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo on Nov. 2, 2016 in Tokyo, Japan.

“I have a surprise,” pop superstar Lady Gaga tweeted to her over 76 million Twitter followers Wednesday night (Jan. 24).

A few minutes later, the "Million Reasons" singer took to Twitter once more to reveal that she will be releasing a music video for a piano version of the title track from her latest studio album, Joanne. Inspired by the singer's late aunt Joanne Germanotta, who died at the age of 19 due to complications from Lupus, the sneak peek of the video finds the songstress flashing between scenes of black and white and color, carrying a guitar and making a wish on a dandelion.

Gaga also shared in her tweet that the Lupus Research Alliance would be receiving a donation in honor of her late aunt and asked her Little Monsters to also consider donating to the “tremendous organization.” 

No release date has been given for the video but fans are speculating that it will be released before the 60th Annual Grammy Awards this upcoming Sunday (Jan. 28), where Gaga is set to perform.