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24 August 2012, 09:09
The 'Marry The Night' star also praises Lily for starting to use her married name professionally.
Lady Gaga has revealed her 2009 song 'So Happy I Could Die' was written with Lily Allen in mind, after praising the 'Smile' singer on Twitter for going by her married name.
The 'Born This Way' singer and British pop singer Lily shared some exchanges on Twitter last night, after Lily revealed she had been dreaming about Gaga the day before.
"I had a really weird dream about Lady Gaga last night," Lily tweeted last night (23rd August), to which Gaga later replied: "@lilyrosecooper Next time you have that dream can u take lots of pictures so I can see?
"Love u use ur married name on twitter #DownForHerMan," Gaga then added.
Lily, who is currently expecting her second child with husband Sam Cooper, was then revealed as one of the inspirations behind Gaga's album track 'So Happy I Could Die', which appeared on her 2009 record 'The Fame Monsters'.
"@ladygaga god I hope it doesn't happen again, if I wasn't with child I would have chomped my way through a bottle of Xanax by now #theanxiety," Lily replied, too which Gaga wrote: "@lilyrosecooper that would never happen! Wed more likely kidnap you + beg you to sing So Happy I Could Die. thought of you when I wrote that."
Check out a picture of 'The Fear' singer Lily Allen below (Credit: PA):
Earlier this year Lily Allen announced she would now be known professionally by her married surname Cooper, and confirmed plans to head back into the recording studio this year to work on the follow-up to her 2009 sophomore record 'It's Not Me, It's You'.
Lady Gaga unveiled several new trailers for her new fragrance Fame last night (23rd August), which launches this week in the US and the UK before arriving worldwide at the start of September.