Lady Gaga gives us a ‘look into her life’ in emotional new video

Lady Gaga gives us a ‘look into her life’ in emotional new video

Following her stunning performance of Million Reasons at the this year’s Royal Variety, Lady Gaga has released the long-await video.

Million Reasons is the second single off Gaga's current studio album, Joanne.

Taking to Twitter the singer described it as a “story and look in my life”.

The video gives fans a behind-the-scenes look into her Joanne journey, with heartbreaking scenes of the singer near breaking point alone in a desert.

The same desert that her previous high energy video, Perfect Illusion was set in.

The Poker Face singer has previously described Joanne as her most personal work ever, which is evident in this emotional video.

The song has already topped the charts in both the US and the UK.

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