It’s the Lady Gaga fans rarely get to see — offstage, in pain, and alone.
In the upcoming Netflix documentary “Gaga: Five Foot Two,” the pop superstar allows fans an unflinching look at her personal life — and considering her split last year from fiancé Taylor Kinney and her ongoing struggle with chronic pain, the all-access pass gets pretty intense.
On Thursday, the “Bad Romance” singer took to social media to share several short previews from the new doc, which will premiere at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival before debuting on Netflix on Sept. 22.
In one clip, Gaga is seen — sans makeup and flamboyant stage wear — sitting in a doctor’s office somberly listening as a treatment plan for her chronic pain is described.
“Phase 1, let’s try to get you out of this intense pain that’s in your face,” the unnamed medical professional tells the singer. “… Phase 2, let’s try to get the muscles to re-educate. Phase 3, we do the blood spinning to try to cause regeneration.”
In another clip, the Grammy winner, 31, is heard sobbing on the phone to her best friend, celebrity stylist Brandon Maxwell, about the loneliness of fame.
“I’m alone, Brandon. Every night,” she tearfully tells him. “And all these people will leave, right? They will leave and then I’ll be alone. And I go from everyone touching me all day and talking at me all day to total silence.”