Lady Gaga Reveals She Ad-Libbed Her ‘Father, Son and House of Gucci’ Line and Wants to Work With Britney Spears

It turns out the line was an ad-lib by Gaga. We did it, and it's a testament to Ridley Scott as a director because he uses the stuff. He uses the love.” “I was doing it in the trailer and then something about that scene when we were doing it felt right. “I would do it in the trailer all the time," she told me, slipping into an Italian accent, on Thursday night at the Los Angeles premiere of the film at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures. He uses the creativity.
As soon as the first trailer was released in July, footage of Lady Gaga as Patrizia Gucci reciting “Father, Son and House of Gucci,” while making the sign of the cross, became an internet sensation.
“I have loved @britneyspears her whole career,” Gaga write alongside a photo of the two pop stars together at a past American Music Awards. “I looked up to her, admired her strength — she empowered so many people and still does. You never deserved what happened.” Meanwhile, Gaga also reiterated her support of Britney Spears after recently celebrating the end of her conservatorship in an Instagram post. I couldn’t be more happy for you today.
I can’t just name one [favorite]. I mean, ‘Oops!…I Did It Again,” is of course one of my favorites.”” /> Gaga told me last night that she would love to work with Spears: “I love all of Britney’s works.
When I described the film as “delicious,” Gaga agreed: “It’s yummy. Yum, yum, yum.”
So when you go see 'House of Gucci,' you will not watch a movie about some sexy, gold-digging murderess, you will watch a real woman fall in love and fall apart.” Gaga said the hardest part of taking on the role of Patrizia was getting inside her head. “But I will say that after a lot of research, I realized that she knows she made a big mistake. And it was a lot of trauma that drove her toward this huge mistake that I know she regrets. “The most challenging part was playing a murderer,” she said.
“House of Gucci” doesn’t come out until Nov. 24, but one line of dialogue has already become iconic.
They just had such a great time riffing. That was certainly a great one. I was very flattered that they felt like doing that.” There was so many great ad libs that didn’t make the cut. I think that some writers might feel like their words are precious and everything has to be respected, but for me it was joyful. It’s iconic. Amazing. It was like they’re feeling it. It’s like they’re jamming and the melody is taking them to this awesome improvisation. Screenwriter Roberto Bentivegna told me, “That was Gaga the ad-libber at work. It’s like music.
So fun. She added, “I can't wait for people to go out into theaters and see this movie because it's so fun. It is but it's dramatic and funny and comedic.” And it looks like it's going to be really dramatic.

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