Lady Gaga stuns on the covers of British and Italian Vogue's Issue, photographed by Steven Meisel, revealing more details about the upcoming film House of Gucci.
In the interview for British and Italian Vogue, Gaga discusses her role in House Of Gucci and what it took to bring Patrizia Reggiani to life. She states, "I only felt that I could truly do this story justice if I approached it with the eye of a curious woman who was interested in possessing a journalistic spirit so that I could read between the lines of what was happening in the film’s scenes." She also talks about her method acting and how she achieved the Italian accent by recalling how "[She] lived as [Patrizia] for a year and a half. And [she] spoke with an accent for nine months of that."
As a humorous remark regarding her newly-brunette hair, she said, "It was nearly impossible for me to speak in the accent as a blonde, I instantly had to dye my hair, and I started to live in a way whereby anything that I looked at, anything that I touched, I started to take notice of where and when I could see money."
Gaga also said, "'I became fascinated with the journey of this woman.' She spent more than a year poring over newspaper clippings and recordings of Reggiani, although, tellingly, she did not read Sara Gay Forden’s The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed, the 2000 book on which the film is based. 'I did not want anything that had an opinion that would colour my thinking in any way.'"
It was then revealed that, "[Ridley] Scott originally sent her the script shortly after A Star Is Born, her triumphant arrival as a Hollywood lead, was released, in 2018."