We’re seeing more and more from Lady Gaga as we count down the weeks until her much-buzzed-about film, A Star Is Born, alongside Bradley Cooper drops and the Thursday (September 13) promo arrived in the form of her “73 Questions” segment with Vogue.
In the almost seven-minute segment, Mother Monster invites cameras to her house to learn just a little more about the pop titan. Beyond talk about her upcoming Las Vegas residency and owning Michael Jackson’s Thriller jacket, the singer opened up about her most iconic look, which is a hard question since she has so many different looks. "I would say at the  MTV Video Music Awards when I wore Alexander McQueen from his very last collection before he died," she admitted. While Vogue typically tours the act's house for the segment, Gaga's installment saw the star simply sit outside her residence and pursue the rapid-fire Q&A in a patio area.
Gaga currently appears on the latest cover of Vogue, where she candidly spoke about her venture into film with Cooper, as well as her experience with post-traumatic stress disorder and chronic pain.
“For me, with my mental-health issues, half of the battle in the beginning was, I felt like I was lying to the world because I was feeling so much pain but nobody knew. So that’s why I came out and said that I have PTSD, because I don’t want to hide—any more than I already have to,” Gaga admitted, before describing her symptoms. “I feel stunned. Or stunted. You know that feeling when you’re on a roller coaster and you’re just about to go down the really steep slope? That fear and the drop in your stomach? My diaphragm seizes up. Then I have a hard time breathing, and my whole body goes into a spasm. And I begin to cry. That’s what it feels like for trauma victims every day, and it’s . . . miserable. I always say that trauma has a brain. And it works its way into everything that you do.”
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