The nude truth of mental health: Is Lady Gaga “dancing in the dark”?
Hold on to your hats, Little Monsters, because the Mother Monster has some exciting news to share! If you’ve been wondering why Lady Gaga seemed to be laying low lately, she’s now breaking the silence. With an Oscar in her pocket for A Star is Born and having just wrapped Joker 2, it’s no surprise that Gaga has been a busy bee.
Let’s get past the social media fluff and get the nude truth of her battles with mental health.
In an open letter to her fans on Instagram, Gaga spilled the beans. “I wrote and produced a musical for a special project, I prepared for months developing my character for ‘Joker,’ I filmed ‘Joker’ for many months…I have been running my start-up Haus Labs… and… working on the Chromatica Ball film edit,” she announced.
And there’s more! Gaga treated fans to a sneak peek from her Chromatica Ball – yep, a concert documentary is in the works! Plus, we’ll soon see her mesmerize the silver screen alongside Joaquin Phoenix in Joker 2. Does that mean there are nude flashes of brilliance or nude photos lying in wait?
But what’s powering this creative extravaganza? Gaga shared that this phase is all about rejuvenating her heart, mind, body, and creativity. “For the first time in many years… my love of making art, music, fashion, and supporting my community has never been more fulfilling,” she wrote.
And she’s been relishing some well-deserved privacy. In an interview with Wallpaper magazine, Gaga confessed her newfound love for solitude. With her whirlwind lifestyle, who can blame her? Sometimes, a superstar needs to recharge without the spotlight’s glare.
Gaga also got candid about her fans, acknowledging that her Little Monsters might find her retreat surprising. But worry not; her love for the fans remains unshaken. She thanked them for supporting her growth and transformation.
Taking a stand
As if conquering the worlds of music and cinema weren’t enough, Gaga’s not one to shy away from speaking her mind. During her Chromatica Ball tour at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., she paused the music to voice her support for abortion rights. With a packed audience and all eyes on her, Gaga showed us that some issues are just too vital to ignore.
“This might not be the national anthem, but it’s our national anthem,” she said, before launching into her iconic song Born This Way. Gaga has been a stalwart supporter of the LGBTQ community, and her words rang loud and clear.
From advocacy to show business, Lady Gaga’s creative spectrum knows no bounds. She wears many hats – an artist, an advocate, a fashion icon, and an entrepreneur. With the world eagerly waiting for Joker 2, set to hit theaters in October 2024, and the Chromatica Ball documentary on the horizon, one can only wonder: What’s next on Gaga’s agenda?
Will she continue to surprise and inspire us in her inimitable Gaga way? All we know is that the world will be watching. Are you ready for the next Gaga wave, Little Monsters?