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Lady Gaga spoke of her painful road to fame after she shone in her big Hollywood movie debut, "A Star Is Born". The flick premiered Friday at the Venice Film Festival.A remake of the 1937 classic, the singer was stepping into some big shoes in reprising a role already immortalized by Judy Garland and Barbra Streisand.But critics hailed her magnetic performance and on-screen chemistry with co-star Bradley Cooper of "American Sniper" fame, who also directed the film.Lady Gaga said she dug deep into her own experiences for the role.Gaga, 32, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta, plays an Italian-American waitress and singer who meets a country music star on the slide in a drag club where she is performing Edith Piaf's "La Vie en Rose".Unlike the heroine of the film, Lady Gaga said she has never been a shrinking violet when it came to her own talent.
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