'So the thing with me and Madonna, for example, is that I admired her always, ' she said.
Directed by Chris Moukarbel, the film follows the Grammy-winner in the year leading up to the release of her 2016 album, Joanne.
Gaga even gets emotional talking about the break-up and pours her heart out about other breakups, saying, "My love life has just imploded. There's nothing you can do, beyond filming", he said. "I sold 10 million [records] and lose Matt [Williams]". "This does not mean that I have nothing to do", she added. The bell sleeves, floral bursts, and tattered hem gave it timeless, rock "n" roll flair, and the whole ensemble made Gaga feel like she was "wearing angel wings". "Nothing like flowers from your ex-fiancé on the day of the Super Bowl", she says, making light of the situation.
It has been a decade since she emerged as one of the top stars in the world, with hits such as Bad Romance and Born This Way. It's true that many folks think money and fame can solve everything, but there are certain struggles that being famous can't touch, and this documentary may shed light on that.
The film opens with Gaga having just turned 30, reflecting on break-ups, a squabble with singer Madonna and how to redefine herself.
"But that's not to say there weren't extreme highs", she said of stardom. The film ends with a dedication to Sonja Durham, Gaga's best friend who lost her battle with stage IV cancer in May. "My life has completely changed in the most wonderful way that I would never take back, but it also included the lowest lows".