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Lady Gaga’s Italian accent in House Of Gucci has been criticized by the dialect coach of the film directed by Ridley Scott.

Italian actress and dialect coach Francesca De Martini spoke to the Daily Beast about the Bad Romance singer’s transformation into Patrizia Reggiani, who hired a hitman to murder her ex-husband, Maurizio Gucci, in 1995.

Clearly unconvinced, Francesca, who auditioned for roles in the film before returning as a vocal coach, said of Gaga, 35, “I feel bad to say that, but her accent is not. exactly an Italian accent, it sounds more Russian ”.

Oh my God… Lady Gaga’s Italian accent in House Of Gucci has been criticized by the dialect coach of the film directed by Ridley Scott

Francesca also spoke about working with Salma Hayek, saying: “What happened is this: Salma shot for a day and then asked for a dialogue coach. I think she heard the accent was wrong and she was worried – she wanted to do well.

Gaga has spoken at length about her transformation into Patrizia and using accent for nine whole months to stay in her character.

She had previously said: “I started in voice six months before filming started and stayed the entire filming, which I’m sure was super boring for Adam. [Driver] For me, I thought it was harder to get in and out, so I stayed in character ”.

The star then told British Vogue: “I lived like her [Reggiani] for a year and a half. And I spoke with an accent for nine months of that. I never broke up. I stayed with her.

Embarrassing: Italian actress and dialect coach Francesca De Martini spoke to Daily Beast about Bad Romance singer's transformation into Patrizia Reggiani

Embarrassing: Italian actress and dialect coach Francesca De Martini spoke to Daily Beast about Bad Romance singer’s transformation into Patrizia Reggiani

Oh no: Gaga has spoken at length about her transformation into Patrizia (pictured in 1985) and using accent for nine whole months to stay in character

Oh no: Gaga has spoken at length about her transformation into Patrizia (pictured in 1985) and using accent for nine whole months to stay in character

Gaga then revealed that she dyed her hair offscreen to stay in character: “It was almost impossible for me to speak with accent as a blonde. I immediately had to dye my hair.

The film is based on Sara Gay Forden’s novel The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamor, and Greed.

Set in Italy, the story explores three decades of many themes, including love, betrayal and revenge.

The aftermath of the 1995 murder of Maurizio Gucci (played by Adam Driver), the Italian businessman and head of the Gucci fashion house, by his ex-wife Patrizia (played by Lady Gaga) are widely featured during the movie.

Eek: Clearly unconvinced, Francesca, who auditioned for roles in the film before returning as a vocal coach, said of Gaga, 35:

Eek: Clearly unconvinced, Francesca, who auditioned for roles in the film before returning as a vocal coach, said of Gaga, 35: “I feel bad to say that, but her accent doesn’t is not exactly an Italian accent, it sounds more Russian »

Jared Leto will play the vice-president of luxury fashion house Paolo Gucci, cousin of Maurizio, while Al Pacino will play Aldo Gucci, president of the company from 1953 to 1986.

The cold-blooded murder of fashion scion Maurizio in 1995 shocked the world, especially when his ex-wife Patrizia was convicted of organizing the crime.

During the murder trial, which rocked Italy, Patrizia arrived every day dressed in head-to-toe Gucci clothing and accessories.

The court learned that she ordered the murder of her husband after he offered her $ 650,000 under a divorce settlement.

Focus: During the film, the consequences of the 1995 murder of Maurizio Gucci (played by Adam Driver), the Italian businessman and head of the Gucci fashion house, are represented in a significant way by his ex-wife Patrizia (performed by Lady Gaga)

Focus: During the film, the consequences of the 1995 murder of Maurizio Gucci (played by Adam Driver), the Italian businessman and head of the Gucci fashion house, are represented in a significant way by his ex-wife Patrizia (performed by Lady Gaga)

She was originally sentenced to 29 years in 1998, which was reduced to 26 on appeal. She served 18 years – with her pet ferret Bambi as a companion for part of the time – before being released in October 2014.

Well known for her luxurious lifestyle, Patrizia once said, “I’d rather cry in a Rolls than be happy on a bike” and declined the offer of a day trip to jail because that would have meant doing a “subordinate” job.

House of Gucci is slated for release on November 26.

Golden years: Lady Gaga and Adam Driver as Patrizia Reggiani and Maurizio Gucci in new teaser for Ridley Scott's crime drama Scott House Of Gucci

Golden years: Lady Gaga and Adam Driver as Patrizia Reggiani and Maurizio Gucci in the film

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