The world-famous Lady Gaga has been struggling with health issues and chronic pain for most of her career.
The star said that the break in the music does not mean that it will cease to create.
This surprise announcement comes as the music star, who recently turned 30, reflects on a decade spent making five albums, and the rigors of touring constantly that has caused her chronic pain, as well as a Super Bowl show this year.
For those Little Monsters dying that couldn't make it to Toronto for the premiere but are dying to see Gaga: Five Foot Two, hang tight: The documentary starts streaming on Netflix on September 22. "My love life has just imploded", she laments in the movie. "There's nothing you can do, beyond filming", he said. She said that her starring role in the upcoming Bradley Cooper film "A Star Is Born", led to their split. 'And I still admire her, no matter what she might think of me'. She says the "Vogue" songstress has since apologized to her, but admits she's not sure if she can ever trust her again. 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.
"My pain does to me is of no use unless I transformed it into something that I enjoys". "I sold 10 million [records] and lose Matt [Williams]".
"Do I look pathetic?" she asks in one scene, putting her hands over her face to cover her tears. According to People magazine, Gaga said she and Kinney were fighting a lot at the time. "My life has completely changed in the most wonderful way that I would never take back, but it also included the lowest lows".