Lady Gaga stopped the rumor mill from flourishing when she told CNN's talk-show host Larry King that she doesn't have autoimmune disease, Lupus.
She did however admit to testing "borderline positive" for the condition.
"Lupus is in my family, and it is genetic," Lady Gaga said.
"And it's so funny because my mother told me the other day that my fans were quite worried about me because they did talk about the fact that I was tested for lupus.
"And the truth is I don't show any signs, any symptoms of lupus. But I have tested borderline positive for the disease. So as of right now ... I do not have it. But I have to take good care of myself."
Gaga's aunt died of Lupus.
Lupus is hard to detect and no two cases are the same.
Symptoms can include swelling, rashes, joint pain, mouth sores and hair loss. It can become more severe if the inflammation spreads to kidneys, the heart, lungs, blood vessels and the brain. Patients often feel exhausted.
Gaga said she will watch out for signs of the disease but in the mean time plans to continue living her life worry free and enjoying what comes her way.