The eccentric star is said to have divulged plans for her Xmas album to Stephen Fry, telling him in an interview for the Financial Times: "I thought it would be really sweet to do a Christmas release of GaGa and the jazz standards. I really want to do it. I've spoken to my manager."
GaGa has previously recorded a cover of Crimbo classic, Deck The Halls, titled Christmas Tree, which could feature on her festive LP.
In other Lady G news, the Bad Romance singer performed on the American Idol finale last night, and in true GaGa fashion, her stage show did not disappoint.
The 25-year old took to the stage to perform her new single, The Edge Of Glory, perching on a mountain top made of faux rocks, high above the "Idol" audience.
Our US Team reports that Lady G was dressed in a long cape and a bedazzled headpiece draped with hanging chains, as a trio of dancers were at the base of the set performing choreographed dance steps while GaGa belted high above them.
Lady G then ditched her cape and headpiece after the song's first verse, revealing a Xena the Warrior Princess-type battle-ready bikini ensemble, accented by a flowing blonde wig and an oversize cross.
Bathed in deep blue lights, she fingered at a piano that was built into her set, and wailed the song's booming, summertime-ready chorus.