A Star is Born is all set to hit the theatres: Lady Gaga.
Pop star girl Gaga says the concept of fame is “very unnatural” and being popular and in all time gossips of magazines and newspapers doesn’t affect the artist but it surely changes the vies of the people and audiences around them. The 32-year-old singer, who is going to make a debut as an actor with A Star is Born, says director and co-star Bradley Cooper’s character is an example of fame’s adverse effects on people.
“The truth is, folks, think that they can change. But it’s not us that change, instead it’s everybody around us change. Fame is extremely unnatural. and that we see that Jack is facing a lot of issues with this film. There’s substance abuse, there’s trauma. Ally also, for me, is fighting against depression from the start of the film, as she couldn’t believe in herself,” Gaga same.
The singer-actor spoke at a press conference at the Toronto International Film Festival, Billboard reported. She was seen urging to the entertainment industry to intrude early in order to save the artists who are facing substance abuse and other mental harassment while they pursue to get fame and fortune.
“I think that would be wonderful, not just for artists, but for the whole world, if we intervene early in life when we see people struggling.” Before her big Hollywood debut with A Star is Born, Gaga starred in “American Horror Story: Hotel”, the anthology FX series from Ryan Murphy.
“I simply feel lucky to be here. I’m an east coast Italian American from New York who dreamed of being an actress, and that I didn’t make it, after which I gave up and pursued singing,” she said.
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper starrer A Star are Born to have received wild reviews. It holds 93% rating at Rotten Tomatoes. Bradley Cooper is even the director of the film. A Star is Born is set to hit the theatres on October 5th.