Lady Gaga gained weight eating paper breads and pasta in "Gucci house"

Lady Gaga commented on her diet to play the character of Patrizia Reggiani, Italian socialite in which she plays in the movie Gucci house, claiming to have eaten more pasta and bread.

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Gaga explained, in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, on her high-carb diet to gain weight and curves: “My mom and dad met me as Patrizia a few times. And they kept laughing because my family was amused by my love of art,” he said. The Italian descendant also commented on her desire to delve into her cultural heritage and understand the character.

“My family always put on the table as much food as they could to celebrate the good fortune that comes from hard work. of this Italian-American thing and delve into what it means to be an Italian woman?”. The actress also reported the difficulty of preparing to perfect the character’s Italian accent, which she worked for six months before shooting.

“If I can sing rock ‘n’ roll, jazz, country or pop music, I knew I could speak with a specific northern Italian accent. It’s knowing how to use your voice, and knowing why, where, with whom and how to feel while you’re doing it. There’s a downside to committing to a role that way, because it’s an adjustment for everyone around you. Suddenly, you’re not talking to Stefani with an accent anymore. You’re talking to Patrizia Gucci.” . Gaga also needed to wake up between 3 am in order to be fully characterized as Patrizia.

The singer revealed that she vomited after getting out of bed, often due to anxiety, fatigue, trauma, love and commitment: “”You wake up, vomit, go to set and vomit again,” she said, before confessing: ” I feel so insecure talking about it. I get that way because people are going to assume I’m being sensationalized about a certain type of acting,” she concluded.

The film is based on the story of the murder of Maurizio Gucci, heir of the Gucci brand, in 1995. His ex-wife, Patrizia, was imprisoned for 18 years after being convicted of the crime in 1998.

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