Lady Gaga stars in House of Gucci alongside Adam Driver and revealed she purposely avoided talking to Patrizia Gucci
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Lady Gaga opened up about the psychological difficulties of filming House of Gucci in a new interview for Vogue.
The Applause singer stunned as she posed naked for the December issue of British Vogue.
She laid gently on her side on the floor as all the focus was placed on her curves and her big hair.
The 35-year-old was the perfect picture of old Hollywood on the front cover of the magazine, rocking blue and black short hair.
She also donned a skintight black dress that was emblazoned with gold poofy frills along the side.
Lady Gaga discussed what it was like filming her latest project – which also stars Adam Driver.
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The pop icon confessed she purposely avoided talking to Patrizia Gucci before playing her in the House Of Gucci biopic featuring the Italian socialite.
Lady Gaga said that ‘nobody’ was going to tell her how to play the role of Patrizia.
The Italian socialite was found guilty and was sentenced to 29 years for hiring a hitman that murdered her ex-husband, Maurizio Gucci.
Steven Meisel / Vogue)
The pop star was so into her role that she begin to live and breathe the role.
“I had some psychological difficulty at one point towards the end of filming. I was either in my hotel room, living and speaking as Reggiani, or I was on set, living and speaking as her,” the Judas singer said.
“I remember I went out into Italy one day with a hat on to take a walk. I hadn’t taken a walk in about two months and I panicked. I thought I was on a movie set.”
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She went on to say that she went for a more ‘full method’ approach to her acting and didn’t break character for nine months.
She said: “It is three years since I started working on it and I will be fully honest and transparent: I spoke with an accent for nine months of that.
“Off-camera, I never broke. I stayed with her. It was nearly impossible for me to speak in the accent as a blonde. I instantly had to dye my hair, and I started to live in a way whereby anything that I looked at, anything that I touched, I started to take notice of where and when I could see money.”
The December issue of British Vogue is available via digital download and on newsstands from November 5*
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