Lady Gaga admits she deliberately AVOID talking to Patrizia Gucci – .

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Lady Gaga has revealed that she deliberately avoided talking to Patrizia Gucci before playing her in the House Of Gucci biopic starring the Italian socialite.

The singer-turned-actress, 35, has explicitly said that “no one” is going to tell her how to play the part of Patricia – not even the convicted felon herself.

Patrizia – also known as Black Widow – was convicted and sentenced to 29 years for hiring the hitman who murdered her ex-husband, Maurizio Gucci.

Star: Lady Gaga revealed she deliberately avoided talking to Patrizia Gucci before playing her in House Of Gucci biopic starring the Italian socialite in an interview with Vogue

Patrizia previously said in March that she felt “annoyed” that Gaga did not reach out to meet her before taking on the role.

However, Lady Gaga has now fought back by telling Vogue magazine: “I only felt I could do this story justice if I approached it with the eye of a curious woman who wished to possess a journalistic mind so that I can read between the lines of what was going on in the scenes of the film.

“Which meant no one was going to tell me who Patrizia Gucci was, not even Patrizia Gucci. “

During the interview, Gaga also discussed her dedication to the role, revealing that she went through a “full method” process and didn’t break character for nine months.

She said: “It has been three years since I started working on it and I will be completely honest and transparent: I spoke with an accent for nine months.

Opinions: The singer-turned-actress, 35, has explicitly stated that

Opinions: The singer-turned-actress, 35, has explicitly stated that “no one” is going to tell her how to play the part of Patricia – not even the convicted felon herself (Gaga pictured in the film)

“Off camera, I never broke up. I stayed with her. It was almost impossible for me to speak with the accent as a blonde. I immediately had to dye my hair, and I started living in a way where everything I looked, everything I touched, I started to notice where and when I could see money.

“I also started taking pictures. I have no proof that Patrizia was a photographer, but I thought as an exercise, and finding her interests in life, that I would become a photographer, so I took my point-and-shoot camera wherever I went. .

“I noticed that Patrizia liked beautiful things. If something wasn’t beautiful, I deleted it. I became fascinated by the journey of this woman.

After learning that Gaga was going to play her in the biopic, Patrizia Gucci born Reggiani, told an Italian reporter: “I’m quite annoyed that Lady Gaga is playing me in Ridley Scott’s new film without even having the foresight and the sensitivity of coming to meet me.

The role: Patrizia - also known as Black Widow - (pictured in the '80s) was convicted and sentenced to 29 years for hiring the hitman who murdered her ex-husband, Maurizio Gucci

The role: Patrizia – also known as Black Widow – (pictured in the ’80s) was convicted and sentenced to 29 years for hiring the hitman who murdered her ex-husband, Maurizio Gucci

Gucci told The Associated Press in April that she was “speaking on behalf of the family” when she said they were “really disappointed” with what they had seen of the film so far.

She said the paparazzi photos of Jared Leto as Paolo Gucci and Al Pacino as Aldo Gucci were not an “exact resemblance” to his real parents.

She said: “My grandfather was a very handsome man, like all Gucci’s, and very tall, blue eyes and very stylish,” Patrizia Gucci told AP. “He’s played by Al Pacino, who isn’t already very tall, and this photo shows him big, short, with sideburns, really ugly. It’s shameful, because he doesn’t look like him at all.

“They steal the identity of a family to make a profit, to increase the income of the Hollywood system… Our family has an identity, a private life,” she said. ‘We can talk about everything. but there is a border which cannot be crossed.

Dedication: During the interview, Gaga also discussed her dedication to the role by revealing that she went through a

Dedication: During the interview, Gaga also discussed her dedication to the role by revealing that she went through a “full method” process and didn’t break character for nine months.

Elsewhere in the Vogue interview, Gaga spoke of playing the controversial character, saying, “I don’t want to glorify someone who commits murder.

“But I want to pay tribute to women throughout history who have become experts in survival and the unfortunate consequences of injury.

“I hope the women will watch this and remember to think twice about how injured people hurt people. And it is dangerous. What happens to someone, ”she asks,“ when he’s pushed overboard?

She added of the making of the film: “It was the experience of a lifetime making this film because every minute of every day I thought about my ancestors in Italy and what they had to do to make this film. I can have a better life.

“I just wanted to make them proud, that’s why I made the decision to do the performance on a real woman and not on the idea of ​​a bad woman. “

However, she also revealed that she went so deep into the part that she started to lose touch with reality.

The star explained, “I had psychological difficulties at one point towards the end of the shoot. I was either in my hotel room, living and speaking like Reggiani, or on set, living and speaking like her.

“I remember one day I went to Italy with a hat to take a walk. I hadn’t taken a walk for about two months and panicked. I thought I was on a movie set.

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Reaction: Elsewhere in the Vogue interview, Gaga opened up about playing the controversial character, saying:

Reaction: Elsewhere in the Vogue interview, Gaga has spoken of playing the controversial character, saying, “I don’t wish to glorify someone who commits murder” (Gaga is portrayed in the film)

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