Lady Gaga reveals 'overwhelming nerves': 'People are finally hearing my true voice'
'Applause' superstar Lady Gaga has opened up about the anxiety she sometimes feels about singing and performing.
During a new interview with ITV's 'Good Morning Britain', the pop sensation admitted that performing jazz makes her very nervous and sometimes that feeling is 'overwhelming'.
She explained that she's experiencing a lot of vulnerability at the moment in this new phase of her career: "I'm very overwhelmed, I have mornings when I'm not quite sure what to do with my nerves and I think it's also because people are hearing really my true voice for the first time so I feel very vulnerable."
Gaga went onto add that she believes collaborating with Tony Bennett both in a live setting and on their joint 'Cheek To Cheek' album has made her stronger and has brought out the best qualities of her voice: "I'm really grateful to [Tony] for personal things... I think I sing better on stage with Tony even than I do in the studio."
Watch a recent interview with Gaga and Tony Bennett here:
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