The pop star is sick and tired of people telling her chronic pain is not real! Lady Gaga in on the cover of Vogue’s October issue and in the interview she gave the publication, she got candid about the disorder.
The star explained that ‘I get so irritated with people who do not believe fibromyalgia’s real. For me, and I believe for many others, it is a cyclone of anxiety, of depression, and PTSD, of trauma and panic disorder, all of which sends the nervous system into an overdrive, and you have nerve pain as a result. People need to be more compassionate.’
‘Chronic pain is no joke. And it is every day waking up not knowing how you are going to feel,’ she added.
In the same interview, Gaga also opened up about working alongside Bradley Cooper in his directorial debut A Star Is Born.
Since its exclusive screening at the Venice Film Festival, the movie in which Gaga and Bradley play love interests, has received a lot of positive reviews.
The singer also praised the actor’s vocal skills, saying: ‘[Bradley] sings from his gut, from the nectar! I knew instantly: This guy could play a rockstar. And I do not think that there are a lot of people in Hollywood who can. That was the moment I really knew this film could be something special.’
For the same feature, Vogue also talked to Cooper, and he definitely agreed, talking about the instant chemistry with the pop star.
He went on to also share some behind the scenes details from the movie’s set.
‘At Stagecoach, 4 minutes before Willie Nelson went on, we hopped on stage. That was real. At Glastonbury, I got on stage in front of 80K people. It was nuts! But Lady Gaga’s so good that if the world I had created was not authentic, it’d stand out in a second. Every single thing had to be raised at her level,’ the Oscar-nominated actor dished for the outlet.