After several months overturned with the recording of ‘A Star Is Born’, Lady Gaga is finally preparing to release the film in which she has worked with Bradley Cooper. On the occasion of the promotion of this new musical, the singer has done an interview with Vogue magazine, and has spoken more openly than ever about the chronic pain she has suffered for years due to the fibromyalgia she suffers.
‘A Star Is Born’ is the musical film of romance and drama that everyone is waiting for. In this new adaptation of the classic 1937, the protagonists will be Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga, who is released in the world of cinema, beyond the specific cameos he has done in other films before.
Joanne, her real name, is now immersed in the promotion of the film, and has just done an interview with Vogue magazine that includes an impressive photo shoot in which Lady Gaga recalls, among others, the great actresses of classic cinema from Hollywood. On this occasion they have spoken, of course, of this new facet of the singer.
And another topic of conversation has been the disease that Lady Gaga suffers, fibromyalgia. The singer has been candid about how her life is with the chronic pains she suffers and the reaction of society to it: “It irritates me a lot when people do not believe that fibromyalgia is real. For me, and I think for many others, it is a true cyclone of anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, trauma and panic disorder, and all that sends leads to a decontrol of the nervous system, and results in nerve pain “, Explain.
That is why he took this opportunity to make an appeal: “People need to be more compassionate. Chronic pain is not a joke. And it’s an awakening every day without knowing how you’re going to feel today. ”