Gaga’s Antics Raise New Concerns About Her Mental Health

Gaga to fans: Hurry up and wait for answers to mental health questions 

(Zoe Shenton, Los Angeles) Lady Gaga says she “can’t wait” to speak about her experience of mental health after cancelling her tour earlier this year while suffering “severe physical pain.”

The singer has previously spoken about her “physical and mental health struggles” but said she would only tell her story in depth “when I feel ready”.

She tweeted: “Thank you so much to all the little monsters who wrote these thoughtful lovely notes to me. I am deeply touched and grateful.

“[My foundation] is growing everyday and working hard to spread empowerment and bravery with a strong focus on Mental Health. I can’t wait to tell my story.”

Gaga cut short her 2017 tour due to health problems.

On Twitter, she said at the time: “I’m so devastated I don’t how to describe it.” Read the full story at The Mirror. 

BONUS COVERAGE: Lady Gaga is back in studio

(THE NATION) Lady GaGa is back working in the studio after having to cancel her Joanne World Tour due to health issues.

According to The Sun newspaper, the ‘Poker Face’ hitmaker has been recording in Cannon Beach, Oregon – which is said to have ‘’healing properties.’’ Her bassist Jonny Good told the publication that Gaga is also determined to be back to her best in time for her Las Vegas residency at the Park Theatre at Park MGM in December.

Gaga performing the song Paparazzi in a “tentacle dress.” Image: Adrian Thomson, CC BY 2.0

He added: ‘’By the ‘Joanne tour’ she was already five tours in, battling hip injuries. Nobody knows how she’s done it.

‘’She never moans – she does have a great team though, a great physical team. They help. Everyone helps keep the ship together.’’ Gaga – who has fibromyalgia, a long-term condition which can cause pain all over the body – revealed her struggle and the cancelled live shows earlier this year. Read the full story at The Nation. 


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