The Joanne singer shed a tear while candidly discussing the physical toll her work schedule has taken on her, revealing plans to slow down and heal, during a press conference for the premiere of her new documentary, Gaga: Five Foot Two, at the Toronto International Film Festival on Friday.
However, Gaga added that even if she’s slowing down, she’s by no means stopping all together.
"It doesn't mean I won't be creating. It doesn't mean I don't have some things up my sleeve," she shared. "This is my most important and favorite thing I do, is to entertain people and to make them happy.”
We hope Gaga does everything she needs to feel well. Earlier this week, Gaga apologized to fans after being forced to cancel a concert in Montreal due to illness.
"To my beautiful fans, I couldn't be more devastated that I am unable to perform tonight," she tweeted. "I sing this entire show live, and pride myself in giving it all, but when I sang in the rain at Citi Field, I got sick and have been pushing through."
Surely, in no time, the singer-songwriter will be back to slaying performances, much like she did at this year’s Coachella Music Festival.