Teasers for Lady Gaga's upcoming Netflix documentary Five Foot Two have emphasized the lighter side of Gaga's life in the spotlight: hot-boxing her grandma's vehicle, joking with collaborators, jet-setting around the world and more.
But what's wrong with Lady Gaga?
Part of that has to do with the difficulty in portraying the intricacies of the creative process, with behind-the-curtain glimpses at Gaga planning her Super Bowl halftime show, rehearsing in the studio for a new album and weathering the constant barrage of adulation she receives when venturing out in public in a montage of fabulous outfits.
The new documentary debuts on Netflix on September 22.
Lady Gaga has postponed her upcoming European tour due to "physical and mental health struggles". Walsh said she took nine months off before going back to work. At 30, she speaks of being more confident and self-possessed, yet the emphasis on the toll her fame exacts - physically, emotionally, spiritually - could have just as easily been titled "It's Not Easy Being Gaga". Other moments reflect more ordinary aspects of her life, whether it's attending a family christening, visiting her grandmother or cooking and playing with her dogs at home. However, Gaga has promised her fans that she would be back once she is strong enough to perform.
"She plans to spend the next seven weeks proactively working with her doctors to heal from this and past traumas that still affect her daily life, and result in severe physical pain in her body".
She tweeted that she will tell her story in more depth when she feels stronger, adding that she is disappointed to see people online suggest she was being "dramatic" about her health struggles. "I love you so much". "I love you so much". Live Nation said the second leg of Gaga's North American tour is now still set to kick off in November as previously announced.
On Thursday evening, Lady Gaga shared a picture of her arm hooked up to a drip.
"I would do anything 4 u but I have to take care of my body right now".
Lady Gaga also mentioned the reason behind the cancellation of the rock show on Friday as "genuine". Last Tuesday, the singer posted a Tweet that she was struggling with her pain condition.
"I'm a fighter", Gaga wrote in the post.
The singer was instantly flooded with well wishes from her concerned fans.
So let's stipulate it's not always as great or glamorous as one might surmise being Gaga.
While a third said: "We in Brazil hope you get better".