Lady Gaga thinks the elderly women in the music industry have failed to embrace her.

The 34-year-old pop star - one of the best-selling musicians in the world - claims she has never received any meaningful support from female artists other than Celine Dion.

Gaga - who pledged her support to young stars like Billy Ilish - told Apple: "The truth is that I have worked very hard with Celine Dion and older women.

"In the case of being a female teacher, it was 'this is what it was' - for anyone who would show me the way, it would prove difficult for me in my life."

Earlier this month, at the same time, Gaga claimed that the US had reached a “decisive moment” in its development.

The US shawls singer has likened the racism in America to the eradication of oppression, and she believes the younger generation will bring about significant change.

As part of YouTube's '2020 Dear Class' program, she said: "You are seeing a significant moment in the development of this country. You are changing society significantly. It is slow and we are patient. But change is happening and it's good…

"I think of a dense forest lined with trees. The trees are like old trees in this country. Those trees that were planted with racist seeds. The trees have grown partisan branches and oppressive roots and isolated roots that have pushed themselves deeper into the soil. The web is well developed and entangled. When trying to see clearly how it works.

"This forest is the place we live, who we are. This is the moral and value system that we as a society have retained for centuries. I make this analogy between racism and nature in this country because it is as broad and real as nature.

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