LADY GaGa has revealed she could have a life-threatening disease. The outrageously-dressed star sent fans into meltdown after admitting she’s worried she could have lupus, a disease that killed her aunt. The wacky popstrel’s been tested for the condition and thinks it could be to blame for her passing out on stage back in March. After having hospital tests Lady G refused to reveal whether she was carrying the disease, simply saying: “I’m very connected to my aunt, Joanne, who died of lupus. It’s a very personal thing.” GaGa, 24, has been hit by a string of health problems lately. She collapsed on stage in New Zealand two months ago and was forced to postpone two US gigs after a bout of “severe exhaustion”. And she even had to call for oxygen on tour in Japan.
The kooky singer said: “I was having trouble breathing. I had a little oxygen, then I went on stage. “But it’s OK. I have heart palpitations. It’s just from fatigue.” Lupus is an autoimmune disease. Symptoms include arthritis, hair loss, fatigue and depression.
UP-DATE : A REP FROM LADY GAGA HAS CONFIRMS THAT GAGA TESTED NEGATIVE FOR LUPUS SO GOOD NEWS FOR NOW!!!