Lady Gaga has transitioned from being one of the most mysterious, enigmatic performers of her generation to an open book ready to talk about her pain and struggles. In her new Netflix documentary, Gaga: Five Foot Two, the hit-making singer opens up about her past, her family, her battles with fame, her personal relationships, and her fibromyalgia, providing numerous eye-opening revelations about her life.
The public has learned about her passion for piano, LGBT rights and eccentric outfits before, but there has never been such an open look into Gaga's life before this. Even her biggest fans who obsess over every interview and public event she does have not had this kind of access before. The documentary tells the story of a woman on top of the world about to perform on the biggest stage of her career, the Super Bowl Halftime Show, while also dealing with some of the most intense personal struggles of her life. We also see her releasing her latest studio album, Joanne, a departure from the EDM bangers we've come to recognize as pure Gaga.
Here are the most eye-opening things we learned about the pop superstar in Gaga: Five Foot Two.
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Her Struggle With Fibromyalgia Is Very SeriousPhoto: Netflix
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Her Battles With Male Record Producers
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How Her Breakup With Taylor Kinney Affected HerPhoto: Lady Gaga/Instagram
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She Still Feels Lonely, Even While Millions Of Fans Adore Her
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She Hid Behind Her Eccentric Wigs And Costumes
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She Considered The Super Bowl The Culmination Of Her CareerVideo: YouTube