Lady Gaga to take Piers Morgan on after he questioned her PTSD claims

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Lady Gaga has agreed to be interviewed by Piers Morgan after he challenged her claims that she has post-traumatic stress disorder.

The Good Morning Britain host has dismissed the American singer's claims that she suffers from the condition following a sexual assault as "vain-glorious nonsense".

Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga (Isabel Infantes/PA)

She revealed her PTSD diagnosis for the first time in a segment on US breakfast show Today earlier this month.

Talking to young people at a shelter for LGBT youth about how she uses meditation to help her "calm down", she said: "I have a mental illness and I struggle with that mental illness every day.

"I suffer from PTSD. I've never told anyone that before."

Tweeting a link to a story about Gaga's PTSD announcement, Morgan said:

He also appeared to suggest that he was sceptical about both Gaga and Madonna's claims that they have been sexually assaulted, telling a follower:

Gaga wrote to Morgan on Twitter, offering to educate him on why women do not go to the police about their assaults, saying:

After Gaga agreed to an interview, the TV host wrote:

We will have to wait and see if this interview actually goes ahead...