Lady Gaga Opens Up About Chronic Pain In Her Netflix Documentary

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Lady Gaga has revealed that she is planning to take a break from the music industry. "It's hard. But it's liberating too".

I'm going to take a rest.

"That doesn't mean I won't be creating".

Lady Gaga revealed the reason for her breakup with actor Taylor Kinney in her new documentary. She also recently starred in a remake of A Star is Born with Bradley Cooper as her co-star and director. Whether she's riding in the auto, recording music, or hanging out with friends, the singer never passes up the opportunity to light up. Nick Broomfield and Rudi Dolezal's powerful Whitney Houston doc Whitney: Can I Be Me is one of them, and now there's also Gaga: Five Foot Two.

As People reports, the film sees the two in rockier days, with Gaga quipping, "Me and Taylor are fighting, so that sucks. Because that's important." When talking about her documentary and the fact that it shows her battle with chronic pain, The Hollywood Reporter says that Gaga became emotional but stressed that it was important to show that side of her life.

Ouch In the trailer for her upcoming documentary released last week she could be seen wincing in pain as a physician worked on her shoulder
Ouch In the trailer for her upcoming documentary released last week she could be seen wincing in pain as a physician worked on her shoulder

Lady Gaga values the opinions of her family and friends on her career.

"My love life has just imploded", she said. She has sold an estimated 27 million albums and 146 million singles worldwide. "Telling me you think I'm a piece of s-t through the media?"

"Do I look pathetic?" she asks in one scene, putting her hands over her face to cover her tears.

After the Toronto screening last Friday, Gaga was scheduled to perform live for a relatively small audience, after two sold-out arena shows here last Wednesday and Thursday."It's a wonderful time, a very real time", she said.

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