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Lady Gaga on the home of Gucci’s mental health effects

“I have a kind of romantic relationship with the anguish for your art that I developed as a young girl.”

As you already know by now, Lady Gaga is actually Gone Through This during filming house of gucci,

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And if you don’t, all you really need to know is that the singer-actor’s immersive technique has become so intense that the director Ridley Scott She worried that she was going to “traumatize” herself and asked him not to take the path for future films.

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share more details with just for variety podcast, Gaga explained that she went through the same process house of gucci related to a star is born,

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“I was like that a star is born, I was always an ally,” said the Oscar winner. “And for that, I was always Patrizia [Reggiani], I always spoke in my own tone.”

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She continued, “And even if I was speaking about things that weren’t related to the movie—I wasn’t pretending that Maurizio was waiting for me downstairs—I would still live my life. I just lived it as her.”

But as Gaga has said before, the imaginary transformation took a toll on her mental and even physical health,

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“I brought the dark house with me because her life was dark,” she shared, adding that she sought the help of a professional. “A psychiatric nurse was with me at the end of filming. I felt like I had to. I thought it was safe for me.”

However, the Grammy-winning musician is quick to confirm that she doesn’t want to “glorify” her acting skills. “I don’t think any actor should push themselves to that limit,” she explained.

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“And I ask myself all the time why I do this. I’ve done some pretty extreme artifacts throughout my career—things I’ve put my body, my mind into. It’s the nut of sadness in my stomach. is like.”

Gaga continued, “I don’t know why I am that way. I think the best answer I can give you is that I have a romantic relationship with pain for your art that I developed as a young girl.” And it just goes too far sometimes. And when it goes too far, it can be hard to reel on your own.”

chromatica The artist also said that she will probably change her perspective when she has children. “It’s no secret that I would do anything for the arts,” she said, wanting to “be available and present to my kids in a way that I feel when you’re acting like that, So it can be problematic to have a child around.”

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