Lady Gaga Says They Actually Had To Stop Filming "House Of Gucci" At One Point Because Filmmakers Feared For Her Safety

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Lady Gaga gave everyone a pretty good scare while filming House of Gucci!

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The actor and musician recently opened up about her experience working on the movie during a conversation with Jake Gyllenhaal for Variety's "Actors on Actors" series.

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Gaga explained that even though she feels safest while creating art, the film's crew definitely got worried about her safety during one particular scene.

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"The way that I feel safe is just that I feel safe being in pain. I feel safe in art. I almost think I feel safer with art than I do in life," Gaga shared while speaking with Jake.

But when it came time to film the movie's bathtub scene, everyone began to get worried about how long she was staying underwater.

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"When I did the bathtub scene, when I went under, they had to yell, 'Cut,' because they were like, 'Get her out of there!' I was fine. I can hold my breath for a long time. I’m a singer," Gaga revealed.

And even though she may push the limits sometimes, Gaga says art has been the thing to keep her safe her entire life.

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"I feel protected by art. I feel art has saved me my whole life," Gaga concluded.

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Listen to all that Gaga had to say below.

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