Lady Gaga is a pop icon – an invisible powerhouse, risk-averse, statement-making, a vocal voice with unparalleled creativity. From Artpop to Joanne, the Rough singer involuntary movement between musical styles; She even made it into the jazz album Cheek to Cheek with Tony Bennett. But, before that A story of American horror, Gaga’s career was largely based on music, as her work on screen was very low-key.
Gaga has now proven his acting chops. She was nominated for an Oscar A star is born in 2019, and she will reportedly be in Bullet train along with a star ensemble featuring Brad Pitt, Logan Lerman, and Michael Shannon. However, playing The Countess in AHS she laid the foundation for her future cinematic career, as she took home the Golden Globe for her performance as the ruthless, self-serving vampire.
During an interview with Hollywood Reporter, Gaga talked about her relationship with Ryan Murphy. She noticed what AHS a creator who saw her from afar – something that many passers-by miss, because they mistake her appearance for identity.
Lady Gaga praises Ryan Murphy’s talent and explains a stereotype she’s still struggling to shake
Speaking of Ryan Murphy, Gaga had more words of praise to share; She told him “talented, brilliant, amazing, amazing, non-stop … he will never be the same, completely unique … impatient to mention or not to mention … ”In other words, she sees his creative fire, and she really appreciates it. Gaga went on to tell The Hollywood Reporter that they have both been criticized for the same kind of roles – that they are “over the top” or “trying too hard.” ”
Gaga explained that “she learned so much watching [Murphy’s] process, ”before realizing the industry ‘s reputation, it cannot shake, despite its success. Gaga said:
“Throughout my career, the number of times, even after Grammys and a ton of awards and prizes, no matter how many one records you get, I am still a blonde with tits and ass. And, there is still some potential for people to be real… ”
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While Gaga still faces the obstacles of her career – an image that, for some, surpasses or completely destroys her artistic achievements – Murphy was not one of these human obstacles, but in direct contrast to those people.
How Ryan Murphy handles Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga told the Hollywood Reporter about Ryan Murphy, explaining how he treated her as an artist. She shared:
“Ryan [Murphy] not the way. Ryan is like ‘you’re an old movie star, sit next to me, let me brush your hair, and talk about your career.’
Gaga went on to explain that although she knows “it shouldn’t matter if he’s gay, [she] has special relationships with [her] gay friends. She said it was “an entirely different thing.” It’s a clever, feminine relationship that extends beyond gender. It’s more about looking at each other as people… ”