KEY POINTS

  • Lady Gaga weighed in on Britney Spears' conservatorship, saying mental health "should not be used against anyone"
  • The "Poker Face" singer said she is happy Spears will "have the future she wants"
  • Spears' 13-year conservatorship was legally terminated Friday

Lady Gaga is happy for Britney Spears after the conservatorship that controlled the latter's life for 13 years was legally terminated.

Gaga, 35, weighed in on Spears, of whom she has been a longtime fan, and the 39-year-old pop superstar's conservatorship when she graced the premiere of her new film "House of Gucci" in New York City. The "Bad Romance" hitmaker told Entertainment Tonight that she's happy Spears will now be able to choose whatever future she wants.

"I don't like to speak about my private relationships with people, but what I will say is this: Mental health is important and should not be used against anyone," Gaga told ET when asked if she has talked to Spears since her conservatorship was terminated Friday.

The "A Star Is Born" actress continued, "I care for her and I wish her all the best. And I'm so happy she gets to have the future that she wants now."

It wasn't the first time Gaga had commented on Spears' conservatorship. Shortly after the termination was announced Friday, she took to social media to express her joy over the news and show support to the "Toxic" singer.

"I have loved @britneyspears her whole career. I looked up to her, admired her strength—she empowered so many people and still does. I couldn’t be more happy for you today. You never deserved what happened. Thank God for today. You’re a superstar and a super-human being," Gaga tweeted.

Back in 2014, an insider told Us Weekly that Spears and Gaga were planning to record a duet. They reportedly discussed the possibility of a collab backstage at Spears' concert in Las Vegas, which Gaga attended as a VIP.

"During the song 'Till the World Ends,' Gaga walked to the pit and tossed Britney roses," an eyewitness told the outlet. "Brit blew her a kiss!"

Gaga also shared a snap of herself in Spears' dressing room on social media a day after attending the concert. "Me and Brit Brit," she captioned the shot. "She looked so gorgeous, the show was so much fun, and her dad gave us THE BEST BBQ. It was a #MonsterParty!"

Spears first expressed interest in collaborating with Gaga in 2013, during an online chat with fans. "I would do a duet with Lady Gaga," the mom of two shared. "I think that would be a lot of fun. I think she's very different and interesting and intricate, and I like her as an artist."

The pair has not yet released a duet despite the reported collab talks. However, Gaga previously wrote the song "Quicksand" for Spears for her chart-topping 2008 album "Circus."

But a collaboration between the two pop stars may still happen as an unnamed source recently told Page Six that Spears "wants to make music and perform again."

"It’s never been her intention to step away from her career altogether. People around Britney spoke for her and said she was retiring, but they were putting words in her mouth," the insider added. "The only thing she’s said is that she would not work again under her father’s control, but now that he’s out as her conservator, she’s willing and even excited to get back to it one day."

Lady Gaga LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 05: Singer Lady Gaga attends The Fashion Awards 2016 on December 5, 2016 in London, United Kingdom. Photo: Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images