• Lady Gaga has had pregnancy rumors run rampant in the past, when she was previously engaged to Christian Carino.
  • The singer and actress does not have children of her own, but she hopes to be a mom someday.
  • The A Star is Born actress has said she wants ‘tons of kids’ and ‘a family life’.

    It may seem like Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta (a.k.a. Lady Gaga) just gave birth the way she lovingly talks about her latest project. She’s also known as the Mother Monster and cradles her many Grammy Awards like newborns, after all. But Lady Gaga’s new project is not—repeat not—a baby, it’s a beauty collection.

    The award-winning singer and actress just launched Haus Laboratories (available on Amazon), and it is certainly near and dear to her heart. But Lady Gaga doesn’t have any children of her own—at least, not yet. Lady Gaga came close to saying ‘I Do’ with two of her former flames, Christian Carino and Taylor Kinney, and pregnancy rumors circled in 2016 per Life and Style. Still, she hasn’t had any babies with these men, or any of her other ex-boyfriends for that matter.

    So, does Lady Gaga even want to have children?

    The answer to this tough question is a resounding yes, when she’s been asked in interviews. The superstar does hope to have some, or a lot of, little Gagas in the future. “I really hope that when I have maybe a little girl one day, or a little boy, and they see Mommy put her makeup on, that they have the same experience that I did,” she recently told Allure. “That’s the greatest gift of all, when you can connect with your parents.”

    Lady Gaga has had babies on the brain for a while, too.

    “I want to have tons of kids, actually. I think at least three,” she told Sirius XM radio back in 2013. “I really want to have a family and I really want to nurture my children…”

    She continued: “Having my own kids will be like having three little monsters with me at all times.” Still, Gaga added that her children “probably won’t be fans” and that she wants to “live a family life,” just like any other parent. “I grew up with a very strong family. I love being Mother Monster, too, that’s my first job right now,” she concluded.

    No doubt her job as Mother Monster has helped her prepare for having kids in the future. Plus, you know her lullabies would be epic.