Lady Gaga Opens Up About Chronic Pain In Her Netflix Documentary

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"This does not mean that I have nothing to do", she added.

After the many tubes that it delivered to its audience since the beginning of her career, Lady Gaga could well afford a little break...

Lady Gaga revealed the reason for her breakup with actor Taylor Kinney in her new documentary. "Telling me you think I'm a piece of s- through the media?"

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. Whether she's riding in the vehicle, recording music, or hanging out with friends, the singer never passes up the opportunity to light up. "I sold 10 million [records] and lose Matt [Williams]".

It has been a decade since she emerged as one of the top stars in the world, with hits such as Bad Romance and Born This Way.

One of the most memorable scenes in the film comes when Gaga addresses her feud with fellow pop star Madonna.

"Me and Taylor are fighting, so that sucks", she said in the film.

"But that's not to say there weren't extreme highs", she said of stardom.

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. 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".

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.

"I had a rare opportunity to create a portrait of an artist with such an open heart and mind. There's nothing bigger than this".



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