In addition to changing her accent, Lady Gaga stuffed herself with bread and pasta to round out her shapes for the House of Gucci.
In addition to working on her accent, Patrizia Reggiani’s role in House of Gucci he pushed Lady Gaga to follow one diet rich in carbohydrates to gain weight.
The singer deliberately ate excessive amounts of pasta and bread to get one “rounder figure” to play the wretched Italian socialite wife of Maurizio Gucci.
In addition to bingeing on carbohydrates, Lady Gaga has exercised her accent, which is exercise for her “it was like learning a new genre of music”.
“If I can sing rock ‘n’ roll or jazz or country or pop music, I knew I could speak with a specific Northern Italian accent”, the actress told the Hollywood Reporter. “It’s knowing how to use your voice, why and where, and with whom, and how to hear yourself doing it.”
Lady Gaga remained in character throughout the shoot, surprising her own family members. “My mother and father met me as Patrizia a couple of times”he confessed. “And mostly they laughed because my family has fun with my love for art”.
Lady Gaga, born Stefani Germanotta, appealed to her Italian roots to prepare for her role:
“We had all the food we could have on the table to celebrate the luck that came from hard work. My grandparents were from Sicily and had to adapt quickly to the American way of life. For my role I worked hard to dig into my ancestors and to reverse course. How can I get out of the Italian-American dimension and understand what it means to be an Italian woman? “
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House of Gucci has been designated by critics as one of the films that will contend for the Oscar for Best Picture at the next Academy Awards, thanks to a cast composed not only of Lady Gaga and Adam Driver, but also of Al Pacino, Jared Leto, Jeremy Irons and Salma Hayek.[display-posts orderby="rand"]
House of Gucci will be released in Italian cinemas on December 16, 2021.