visual transformations. She’s famous for the many awe-inducing looks she’s worn both onscreen and on the red carpet, from her campy yet meaningful sartorial statements (who can forget the meat dress?), to the characters she’s played in American Horror Story and A Star Is Born.
But none of them have required a metamorphosis quite like her role in Ridley Scott’s House of Gucci. In order to become Patrizia Reggiani, the ex-wife of Maurizio Gucci who was convicted of orchestrating his 1995 murder, the singer went to what some might consider extreme measures, like immersing herself so deeply into her character she disconnected with reality, experiencing “psychological difficulty at one point” as Gaga told British Vogue, and spoke in an Italian.Read more on msn.com