Lady Gaga: I didn't want to be myself

The 'Juan' hitmaker admits that there was a time in her life when she struggled to be herself when she was battling "depression and depression" and felt "threatened" by the pace of life.

Lady Gaga: I didn't want to be myself

Speaking to People's Magazine, she shared: "I would wake up in the morning, and realize I was 'Lady Gaga'. And then I became very depressed and depressed, and I didn't want to be myself. I felt My career was threatened by the things that came into my life and the pace of his life. I spent a lot of time in a kind of state that I didn't want to do anything. And then I slowly started making music. Started making and telling myself. Story through my record. "

Meanwhile, Gaga had earlier revealed her desire to keep her dreams alive, which caused her "pain and trauma".

He explained: "One of the hardest things in life is to be brave enough to be yourself. I want everyone who wants to feel that joy inside themselves." I was told’ that before we did our last exercise, he said, for the live performance of ' Shallow'. He said, 'Let's give up a little bit of happiness.' And it shows that happiness It did a lot for me. The fact is that I was determined to live my dreams and yet there were so many ways. I didn't anticipate a lot of things that broke me, that hurt me. , Which shocked me. "

And Gaga insisted that fame doesn't make you happy.

He said: "Money has been put on a pedestal, beauty has been put on a pedestal, celebrity has been’ put on a pedestal.

"I have traveled the world and seen the happiest people in the poorest regions of the world. Their values ​​are intact. In the richest homes I meet the saddest and most depressed people. With the album, I wanted to remind the world and my fans that the most important thing is love and kindness. Kindness is to create harmony, not celebrity or fame.


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