Lady Gaga asked for psychiatric help to get out of her role in House of Gucci

The participation of Lady Gaga in House of gucci left profound consequences in the life of the actress, to the point that had to hire a psychiatric nurse to get out of the role of Patrizia reggiani.

The 35-year-old singer and actress, whose real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, spoke about her process of shedding the ruthless character from her latest film.

In an interview with Variety, Lady Gaga said that somehow the “darkness” of Reggiani, found guilty of the murder of her ex-husband Maurizio Gucci in 1997, remained in her even as she lived her normal life.

“I brought the darkness home with me because her life was dark. I had a psychiatric nurse with me until the end of the recordings. I felt like I had to. I feel like it was safer for me, “he said.

It wasn’t worth it

Lady Gaga thinks that no actor should go to the limit like her.

The Poker Face performer said using “method actress” techniques for the demanding role in House of Gucci might not pay off in the long run.

“I did the same for ‘A Star is Born.’ It was always Ally. And for this (House of Gucci), it was always Patrizzia. I always spoke with my accent, ”he said.

Gaga went even further and assured that her statements are not intended to “glorify” her method performance, and in fact she believes that no actor should do so.

“I don’t think any actor should push himself to that limit. And I ask myself all the time why I do it, “she said.

Lady Gaga at House of Gucci

Critics and fans agree that Gaga’s performance in House of Gucci could earn her a new nomination at the upcoming Academy Awards.

Let’s remember that his role as a singer already gave him an Oscar in 2018 for “Shallow”, which was the best original song on “A Star is Born.” She was also nominated for best actress that year.

For those who are not aware or have not seen the film, previously AmericanPost.News shared with its readers who Patrizzia Reggiani, the character of Lady Gaga, was in real life.

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