Published: Tue, September 12, 2017
Global Media | By Garry Long

LADY GAGA to take a break from music

LADY GAGA to take a break from music

I did a movie and lose Taylor. The artist intends some time to take a break from music. Still, the former couple appear to be cordial. Gaga mentioned it was important to her to show that even though she's a celebrity, her life isn't ideal. "It's hard, but it's also frees", said star. 'And I still admire her, no matter what she might think of me'.

But the singer did admit that she wishes Madonna would have just spoken to her directly, instead of through the media. "I feel really lucky that Gaga trusted me and my vision", the documentary's director, Chris Moukarbel, told E! news. "It's like a guy passing me a note through his friend". Depression, chronic pain, anorexia or bulimia, it has not spared and has nothing left out in this documentary.

What the film does best is capture many sides of a woman who seems to have many sides - a woman who rose to fame because of her undeniably great voice and in spite of her unconventional looks, and who spent years behaving outrageously (wearing a meat dress, etc.) before reemerging as a class act (dueting with Tony Bennett, etc.), while only growing more popular in the process.

The film opens with Gaga having just turned 30, reflecting on break-ups, a squabble with singer Madonna and how to redefine herself.

On several occasions, Gaga is forced to stop working to deal with the pain.

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

"I'm never not making music". After an emotional visit with her grandmother, the singer makes light of the situation as she's leaving, joking, "Now let's get stoned in grandpa's vehicle". 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.

At the time, her fans seemed to be pulling for the two to reunite, and even Kinney provided hope for reconciliation in the documentary when, according to People magazine, he sent her flowers to congratulate her on her Superbowl halftime performance. During the rehearsals in the week leading up to the show, Gaga becomes increasingly irritated when small problems are not resolved quickly enough.

Mother Monster didn't say how long we can expect the break to be, but said: "It doesn't mean I won't be creating".

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