Lady Gaga is ready to let it all hang out about her life in a new Netflix documentary.
Past year she disclosed on social media some of the ways she deals with pain, from infrared saunas to ice baths. The first trailer for the flick was released today and shows her life, despite her success, is far more complicated and conflicted than it may appear. "Real fans probably knew deep down that there was something going on".
Lady Gaga has been forced to postpone the European leg of her Joanne World Tour due to suffering from chronic pain.
The trailer also gives a glimpse into the darker side of celebrity. "And then I'll be alone".
In the trailer, some of her personal struggles are highlighted.
Gaga was basically making short films with her epic-length music videos, but she has slowly transitioned into the film and television world over the years.
"It is complicated and hard to explain and we are trying to figure it out". She promises her fans that once she gets better, she will share her story to raise more understanding about it and help other sufferers too.
Gaga says: 'The truth is, when producers wanted me to be sexy I'd always put some absurd spin on it that made me feel like I was still in control'. I'm a fighter. I use the word suffer not only because they are keeping me from living a normal life. "I love you so much". "I love you so much".
The European leg of Lady Gaga's "Joanne World Tour" has been postponed as the singer grapples with health issues, Live Nation announced.
Unlike many celebrities in this day and age that make their backup carry the heavy load, Gaga actually sings, dances, and may even have a few stunts up her sleeve when she decides to tour.
Chris Moukarbel, a visual artist and documentarian, directed the project. "I feel really lucky that Gaga trusted me and my vision".
Five Foot Two has been screened at film festivals and debuts on Netflix September 22.