For years, Lady Gaga has been a star that was known for her outrageous stunts. From her iconic meat dress at 2010 MTV Video Music Awards to “giving birth” on Saturday Night Live, Lady Gaga has shown that she’s not afraid to be a spectacle but over the past few years, Lady Gaga has been showing off a more toned down image with her music and style. The singer has always kept her personal life very quiet but now fans get to see a different side of her in her new Netflix documentary, Five Foot Two. Of course, all the personal scenes will be punctuated by Lady Gaga’s signature flair and style as she rides around in a convertible, smokes weed, gets a tattoo, and works on creating her Superbowl show. Gaga’s album was filled with superstar collaborations like Florence Welch, Mark Ronson and Donatella Versace who all make appearances in the documentary. While the majority of the documentary follows the pop star as she prepares for her Superbowl Halftime Show and launches her album, Joanne, it also gives a look into some of her more candid moments with the singer where she talks about her pop star image and gives her audience an insider-look at some of the highlights of her year. The documentary was shot over an eight-month period and provides a personal and intimate look at the singer as she hangs with her family, friends, and deals with personal struggles.
Five Foot Two, directed by Chris Moukarbel will be released worldwide on Netflix on Sept. 22.