Take a quick glance at Lady Gaga’s Instagram account today, and you’ll see the poster art for her upcoming Netflix documentary, Gaga: Five Foot Two, which focuses on the singer’s life in the spotlight during the launch of her album Joanne, including her headline-making Super Bowl performance. Five of the individual posts that make up the poster are snippets of Five Foot Two that offer glimpses into the often heartbreaking moments that Gaga wants to share with her fans.
In her first post (the bottom-right corner of the poster art on the page), Gaga cries while speaking to someone named Brandon. “I’m alone, every night,” she says through tears. “And all these people will leave, right? They will leave, and then I’ll be alone. And I go from everyone touching me all day and talking at me all day to total silence.”
In another clip, the “Perfect Illusion” singer is seen speaking to someone at a doctor’s office. “Phase one is, let’s try to get you out of this intense pain that’s in your face where you feel like you’re running from the [inaudible] all the time,” the woman tells Gaga. “I know there’s a component of psych that Dr. Modir is working on. Phase two, let’s try to get the muscles to re-educate. Phase three, we do the blood spinning to try to cause regeneration.”
The American Horror Story actress also discusses her love-hate relationship with Madonna in one of the clips. “And so, the thing with, like, me and Madonna, for example, is that I admired her always. And I still admire her, no matter what she might think of me,” Gaga says. She then starts to reveal the one thing that still bothers her about the iconic singer — but the clip ends before we find out what it is.
“I have seen a few short clips of the documentary but I decided not to watch it all the way through — or most of it, for that matter — because I can’t be objective about myself,” she says in a voiceover for one of the clips. “So, you’ll see it before I do.”
Gaga: Five Foot Two will premiere worldwide on September 22.
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