Lady Gaga is a big fan of the Spice Girls.
The 'Bad Romance' hitmaker has revealed she used to be a huge fan of the girl group and performed their tracks at high school talent shows.
Speaking to Emma Bunton during an appearance on Heart Breakfast, Gaga gushed: "I'm having a bit of a moment being here with you as well, I mean it's like very exciting!
"I was a big fan in high school and we used to do performances at school you know, for talent shows and stuff."
When quizzed which one of the girls she used to dress up as, the 30-year-old singer said: "[I was] Baby Spice."
Emma was clearly pleased by Gaga's admission and said excitedly: "Get in, Gaga was Baby Spice!"
Elsewhere in the interview, the pop star - real name Stefani Germanotta - discussed collaborating with Mark Ronson and Beck on her new tracks.
When asked if her new single, 'Perfect Illusion', is a break up track, she said: "It can be a break up song, for sure, and I think on both sides, you know. Something that was so important to me and Mark Ronson was that we wanted it to be something that both sexes could relate to ... I will say, we did work with Beck on the record, and someone else that's very exciting."
However, Gaga was more reserved about divulging the name of her upcoming album.
Asked if she knows what she is planning to call the LP, she said: "I do, but I'm not going to reveal it yet."
And the 'Poker Face' hitmaker also remained tight-lipped on whether Elton John would be making an appearance.
She said simply: "I am not saying."
Lady Gaga was speaking to Jamie Theakston and Emma Bunton on Heart Breakfast. Tune in to Jamie Theakston and Emma Bunton on Heart London Breakfast, Mon-Fri 6am-9am.