Pop star Lady Gaga is working on her new album while she is recovering from surgery, her manager has said.
In an interview with the Associated Press on Tuesday, Vincent Herbert said the 26-year-old Grammy Award winner was "doing wonderful, doing great."
She is finishing her new album, "ARTPOP," and is "ready to get back to work," Herbert added.
"I can't wait for the world to hear her new music and see her come back healthy, strong and better than ever," Herbert told the AP.
On Feb. 12, Gaga announced that she was suffering from synovitis, an inflammation of the joints that can cause significant pain, significant swelling and reduced range of motion. Subsequent tests revealed that she had a labral tear in her right hip.
The singer, who had surgery to repair the tear on Feb. 20, was forced to cancel the remainder of her "Born This Way Tour."
Gaga might be at home, but her "Born Brave" bus tour - her initiative to raise awareness about the danger of bullying and to inspire young people to be courageous and accept themselves - has continued its run.
"It's an organization … centered around anti-bullying and pushing the boundaries of acceptance," the singer said in a previous appearance on " Good Morning America." "My mom and I are really passionate about that. This is our passion project. "
The bus will be in Times Square in New York City this weekend.