Lady Gaga to discuss battle with fibromyalgia in documentary 'Five Foot Two'

Lady Gaga to discuss battle with fibromyalgia in documentary 'Five Foot Two'

Lady Gaga to discuss battle with fibromyalgia in documentary 'Five Foot Two'

Sadly, the couple didn't last, and in July 2016, they announced they'd gone their separate ways.

Set to be released on September 22, Gaga: Five Foot Two dives into many different parts of Lady Gaga's life, from her breakup with Taylor Kinney to her feud with Madonna.

She has become such a household name that you nearly can't imagine Lady Gaga as anything else but a powerhouse performer and activist.

"There is an element and a very strong piece of me that believes pain is a microphone", Gaga said in the press conference. "In relationships, you have to move together", she says, before later lamenting her bad luck.

The Million Reasons singer also shows off her determined side as she vows to "fight like f**king hell" in the show, which was filmed over eight months past year.

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"My love life has just imploded".

"I sold 10 million and lost Matt [Williams, her ex-boyfriend]". I sold 30 million and lost Luc [a DJ and her boyfriend of six years]. It's like a turnover.

In the first trailer for her documentary, titled "Five Foot Two", the pop star was seen at a doctor's office, and at the Toronto Film Festival, spoke further about how the film explores her struggle. "This is the third time I've had my heart broken like this".

She also suggests that she and Kinney are on good terms, receiving a bouquet on the day of her Super Bowl Halftime Show performance. "Nothing like flowers from your ex-fiancé on the day of the Super Bowl", she says jokingly.

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