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Lady Gaga chased her pain for five years

20 September 2017, 12:30 | Bernice Figueroa

TV & Movies Lady Gaga opens up about illness in upcoming Netflix documentary

TV & Movies Lady Gaga opens up about illness in upcoming Netflix documentary

Her new Netflix documentary, Gaga: Five Foot Two, available this Friday, takes fans behind the scenes and allows viewers to peek into into her private life and her closed-off moments, and what we see is a vulnerable, raw, emotional journey. Explaining that she's "always been honest" about her "physical and mental health struggles", Gaga said that when she gains strength, she will "tell my story more in depth", raise awareness, and advocate for more research on fibromyalgia. On the other hand, her fans from the North America should not worry much as the North American leg of the singer's "Joanne World Tour" will still go on just as it was planned.

Gaga: Five Foot Two mixes interviews and shots from performances with fly-on-the-wall camera work: the singer in the studio with Mark Ronson, visiting her grandmother and visiting the doctor.

Unlike many celebrities in this day and age that make their backup carry the heavy load, Gaga actually sings, dances, and may even have a few stunts up her sleeve when she decides to tour.

But what's wrong with Lady Gaga?

As well as causing pain all over the body, fibromyalgia can also cause difficulty sleeping, problems with memory and concentration, headaches and irritable bowel syndrome.

Gaga was basically making short films with her epic-length music videos, but she has slowly transitioned into the film and television world over the years. Last Tuesday, the singer posted a Tweet that she was struggling with her pain condition.

As the tour is now working on rescheduling the European dates, fans should hold onto their existing tickets pending the announcement of additional information once it is available.

To my fans, I love you so much.

Moreover, Lady Gaga said that she will "try to figure out" her health issues. Walsh said she took nine months off before going back to work.

"Get well soon gaga, love you", wrote one.

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