Lady Gaga has shared many thoughts about fame in her new documentary Five Foot Two.
The singer gets candid about her insecurities, as well as how she has grown and changed in recent years. She explains that she has a newfound confidence in her life.
“I never felt comfortable enough to sing or wear my hair back. I never felt pretty enough or smart enough or a good enough musician. That’s the good part: I didn’t feel good enough, and I do now. Of all the things I deserve, that’s where I know I’m worth something.”
Gaga is being more open than ever about her physical limitations, which include working with a bad hip following an injury, as well as living with the pain of fibromyalgia. The documentary gives an inside look to Stefani, the woman behind Lady Gaga. The documentary is available on Netflix now.
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