Lady Gaga Opens Up About Chronic Pain In Her Netflix Documentary


It might also be the last glimpse of the singer for a while, as she said she planned to take a break after the current Joanne World Tour ends in mid-December.

Now, the 31-year-old is finally addressing her much-publicized split thanks to her upcoming Netflix documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two.

Gaga wore a jacket designed by her sister, Natali, to the premiere of the film and said she regarded the evening as more of a celebration of her sibling. "Me and Taylor are fighting, so that sucks", she says. Shortly after, Gaga reveals that she's written a new song: "Million Reasons".

It is not so much a "concert doc" as a "collaboration doc", since Gaga's management picked Chris Moukarbel to direct and the singer allowed him to follow her around.

From the beginning of the documentary, the subject of the Super Bowl is front and center - the film opens with Gaga suspended in the air, moments before the show begins.

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Lady Gaga believes that her pain can help voice out a message to people who are also battling chronic pain.

'Telling me you think I'm a piece of s*** through the media? I sold 10 million [records] and lost Matt [Williams].

During the press conference, she teared up when asked about her struggle with chronic pain, which forced her to cancel a September 4 performance in Montreal, Canada.

"Do I look pathetic?" she asks in one scene, putting her hands over her face to cover her tears. And we get to see artist-at-work Gaga - rehearsing tirelessly for the Super Bowl LI halftime show, demanding a lot from everyone around her and then - quite literally - rising to the occasion. I'm never not creating.