Lady Gaga confirmed reports of a film based on her ‘Chromatica Ball’ tour, after rumors circulated that her show at Dodger Stadium was filmed for an upcoming film.
Gaga wrote in an Instagram post: “I wanted to share a more personal moment with you today, I know I haven’t been doing a lot of that lately and some of you are really longing for me to share more of my artistic process. I’ve been experiencing my creativity ever since last summer in a really special and private way—I wrote and produced music for a special project, I prepared for months developing my character for Joker, I filmed Joker for many months (a very introspective time), I have been running my start-up Haus Labs, doing philanthropic work, and additionally have been working on The Chromatica Ball film edit … I can say for the first time in many years that my love of making art, music, fashion, and supporting community has never been more fulfilling. I may not be sharing as much of myself online as I have in the past, but I hope you know this time to myself has been extremely healing and recharging for my heart, mind, body, and creativity—to create within myself and to have a personal life that’s just for me. I’m sure that may feel different because I haven’t always been so private (I bet that will make some of you laugh)—but I LOVE my fans, my little monsters, so much and that will never change … I can’t even begin to describe how much our global community inspires me every day to bring as much joy as I can to your lives. Here’s a photo of my working on The Chromatica Ball film edit (that’s a frame from the film behind me)—I can’t WAIT for you to experience it. Thank you for being willing to grow with me so that I can change and transform with the community I love so much. I hope you love all the things I’ve been creating for you and I hope this is a small reminder to you of my deep passion and commitment to art.”
The Chromatica Ball was originally scheduled for 2020, but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2022 Chromatica Ball visited North America, Europe and Asia in support of Gaga’s sixth album, Chromatica, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in 2020. The tour grossed $112.4 million and sold 834,000 tickets from 20 concerts, marking Gaga’s first tour since her Joanne World Tour in 2017.
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