Friday, June 30, 2017

Lady Gaga Talks Singing and Acting

Lady Gaga recently sat down for an interview with E! News. Here's what she had to say:

"There's so many people that have stopped me on the street and everywhere I go to say, 'Oh my gosh—this album has been so healing for me.' 'This song has changed my life.' 'I listen to this on repeat when I need to feel better.' When I hear things like that, I know that my music has gone where it's supposed to go—straight to the heart."

On playing dive bars:
"I just really love to play in bars and I miss it all the time, which is why we've created this amazing tour that I'm so happy other artists will be doing now...There is something that is very hard in a way about sitting up so close to everyone and singing, but that's sort of the joy of it—that's really why we're doing it, because it's taking it back and it's not so separated and it's not so 'cellphones.' It's just people close together, some beer and some music."

On the prospect of releasing new music:
"You just might get some more music. I love making music. I don't know exactly when. I'm sort of feeling like I'm making songs and doing all sorts of things with music, but I don't know exactly when or how I will release them. I'm working on that."

On acting in A Star is Born:
"I was intimidated by the legacy of the film probably every single day. I was always checking myself and going, 'Remember who did this movie. You gotta bring it.' But what I would say gotta grab your balls and go or you're not going to have a steady hand, so I did a bit of both…I had a nice balance of insecurity and confidence.

I was very healed in this character. There was so much about her in me that is similar and there's some things that are very different. In the movie, A Star Is Born, she's not a star when the movie starts and it took me back to a previous time in my life that I miss very much and I was able to connect with that and relive my career through her in a different way. Making this film [was] one of–if not the most—creative experiences of my life."

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