Turns out the reason for this isn’t for vanity, but it's to cope with a chronic pain condition called fibromyalgia from which she’s suffered with for years.
This particular condition reeks havoc on her body as well as a hip operation that she had back in 2013. The matter gets worse, though.
Because of both the fibromyalgia and hip operation, she found out that she may not be able to have children. "I think I can get pregnant, I just don't know - what are my hips going to do? I don't f****** know,” she confesses during an emotional scene.
She tries to remain resilient throughout it all, by saying "I'm not afraid of those things.”
A big part of the documentary discusses her love life, both with Taylor and with the other men she has dated. The couple split a year and a half after they announced their engagement on Valentine’s Day. She spoke about the breakup on her Instagram page.
She opened up about her defeated feelings about it all, saying "I just want to go on tour and have a family. I never get it all right. My love life has imploded.”
Turns out that the more successful she gets, the more it hurts her actual love life and the men she is with. 'It's a sad day when it's like, I'm doing the Super Bowl and I'm so excited to do it, but I can't help but realize that when I sold 10 million (records) I lost Matt (Williams). I sold 30 million, I lose Luc (Carl). I get the movie, I lose Taylor.”
The movie in question is A Star Is Born, which is directed by the hunky Bradley Cooper. Was there jealousy with Taylor regarding Gaga and him?
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