"It's hard, but it's liberating, too", said the "Joanne" singer.
"So the thing with me and Madonna, for example, is that I admired her always", she tells a friend.
The star said that the break in the music does not mean that it will cease to create. Shortly after, Gaga reveals that she's written a new song: "Million Reasons".
While she didn't go into specifics, the two ultimately weren't able to do so in the end, with the documentary capturing their split shortly after she landed a leading role in A Star Is Born. It's true that many folks think money and fame can solve everything, but there are certain struggles that being famous can't touch, and this documentary may shed light on that.
'Do I look pathetic?' she sobbed. The film follows the Lady Gaga for a full year in her life as she deals with all the intensities of being not just an entertainer but a huge personality and icon, as well. She has sold an estimated 27 million albums and 146 million singles worldwide.
Gaga added that performing at the Super Bowl was a high mark of her career. Throughout the film, the singer was seen undergoing a handful of treatments to help ease muscle spasms, which cause her to feel pain on the entire right side of her body.
Five Foot Two also shows the 31-year-old singer's battle with chronic pain. While tearing up, she said, "It's okay". Gaga received a bouquet of flowers from Kinney on the day of her Super Bowl performance.