Pick up Your Umbrella: Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande Predict Incoming Rain in New Video


The two pop stars posted another hilarious announcement to promote Gaga’s new album, Chromatica.

After their single “Rain On Me,” it seems that the collaboration between Gaga and Grande is far from over. The duo joined forced again, this time to announce the weather. On May 26, they partnered with The Weather Channel to report a non-stop rainstorm. “It was beautiful just yesterday, but, oh wow, how things have changed,” Gaga announced, as a hose kept pouring water on her. “Today it is pouring rain.”

However, that wasn’t the end of the storm. On May 28, the Chromatica Weather Girls returned to announce it’s only getting worse. It’s flooding, and their umbrellas have are missing.

“Just the other day, we saw the beginning of this year’s storm,” Grande reported, quoting her “Rain On Me” lyrics. “Living in a world where no one’s innocent, but at least we try.”

“That’s right, Ariana. It’s incredible, I’d rather be dry,” Gaga jumps in while trying to stay afloat in a pool, supposedly created by the flood. “But at least I’m alive. Rain on me!”

Fans still don’t know if the Chromatica Weather Girls will return, if the rain is going to get worse, or if Grande and Gaga will ever get their umbrellas back. However, at least the wait for Chromatica is almost over. Gaga’s sixth studio album drops on May 29. With songs featuring Grande, Blackpink, and Elton John, it’s bound to be one of the greatest hits of the year.

While you wait for Chromatica, make sure to listen to the Chromatica Weather Girls iconic single, “Rain On Me.”