Lady Gaga reveals the real tragedy behind the tearful final scene in ‘A Star Is Born’


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Warning: Minor spoilers ahead for “A Star Is Born.”

Lady Gaga has an incredibly heartbreaking scene at the end of “A Star Is Born,” and her emotions in that moment were real.

During an interview with Zane Lowe for Apple Music, the 32-year-old actress and singer revealed the day she filmed that scene, she received a phone call that her longtime friend and the managing director of Haus of Gaga, Sonja Durham, wasn’t doing well in her battle with stage four breast, brain, and lung cancer.

“I left the set…I didn’t even stop to see Bradley [Cooper],” she told Lowe. “I just got in my car and started driving, and I missed her by 10 minutes.”

I don’t know how to put a price on a friendship. I’m not even sure how you can assess the size of its meaning, only really your heart truly knows and it’s too special for words. I feel two competing feelings. Firstly, that I will live everyday with more passion, more determination, more compassion and more giving than ever before. Because that’s who she was, and it’s what drew us to each other, and I know it’s what she always wanted for me. She had this incredible way of releasing me from the anchor of my own sadness that held me back, she loved me fearlessly while I learned how to cope with fame and stay inspired no matter how scared I was. She knew all I cared about was the music. She made that ok. The other feeling I have is that of being robbed of the last 10 years of my life, friendship and career with her. Like someone took her from us, and with that taking took all the good times. I know that’s not true, and I know that I have those memories forever, I’m just in shock that I will never have new ones with her. I’m in shock that I won’t see her again until I pass too. I vow to be a little stronger everyday for her because that’s what she would have wanted, I vow to be stronger for anyone who’s lost somebody to cancer. I’m a part of that family now. I vow to be a warrior for her and be a voice for cancer patients so the world can continue to improve the dialogue and the fight. I loved her. I still love her. And I love so much her husband Andre, stepson Sante, and friends. I made …read more

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