Lady Gaga's Netflix documentary 'Five Foot Two' is on the way, and she's given us a taste of what to expect.
When asked about how she felt discussing the vulnerable aspects of her life in the doco she said "It's hard, but it's liberating too."
Lady Gaga opened up about one of these vulnerable aspects - her battle with chronic pain, which she has been dealing with for some time.
"There is an element and a very strong piece of me that believes pain is a microphone. My pain does me no good unless I transform it into something that is [good].
"I hope that people watching it that do struggle with chronic pain know that they are not alone.
"It's freeing for me because there's a degree of self-deprecation and shame that goes along with feeling in pain a lot.
"I want people that watch it that think there's no way I live that way because they see me dance and sing, to know I struggle with things like them and that I work through it and that it can be done.
"We have to stick together, and I don't have to hide it because it's weak. It's a part of me and I'm grateful to Chris for caring. The compassion is overwhelming and that's why it makes me emotional. It's very touching."
We love you, Gaga.