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    It Looks Like Lady Gaga Is Going To Seriously Shade Madonna In Her New Netflix Doc

    It's tea time.

    If you eat, sleep, and breathe celebrity feuds like I do, Lady Gaga's new Netflix documentary might have just the cup of tea you're looking for.

    Netflix / Via Twitter: @ladygaga


    Gaga announced the documentary, called Gaga: Five Foot Two, on Thursday and then posted a series of teasers on Twitter and Instagram.

    I'm known for being larger than life, but really I'm just... #GagaFiveFootTwo

    In the most tantalizing clip, Gaga addresses the age-old feud between Madonna and Mother Monster herself β€” and *sip sip* it's juicy AF.

    It starts out innocent enough, with Gaga saying she has always admired Madonna.

    Netflix / Via Instagram: @ladygaga

    And according to Gaga, that admiration isn't going away anytime soon.

    Netflix / Via Instagram: @ladygaga

    BUT THEN, Gaga starts to go in on Madonna, shaking what looks like a blunt at the camera:

    Netflix / Via Instagram: @ladygaga

    And just when things are about to get good, the video goes black!



    The two have been going at it for a while now β€” Madonna called "Born This Way" reductive in 2012 β€” but it seemed like they had made up in recent years.

    ABC News / Via

    The two posed together, along with Katy Perry, at the 2015 Met Gala, and just last year, Gaga praised Madonna's speech at the Billboard Music Awards. "You're so brave & strong," Gaga tweeted. "Thanks for being that for us girls we need that."

    But unless this clip is seriously misleading, the feud is apparently back on.

    Little Monsters will have to wait until Sept. 22 to hear exactly what it is about Madonna that still irks Gaga.

    Gaga will be discussing Madonna on her documentary. I'm ready for some more tea β˜•οΈ

    AN πŸ‘ Y πŸ‘ WAY πŸ‘ Gaga's documentary goes much deeper than celebrity feuds.

    Among other things, it will touch on Gaga's struggles with chronic pain. This clip shows her looking fatigued and miserable at a doctor's office.

    And in the most heartbreaking clip, Gaga talks emotionally about the profound loneliness she feels when everyone leaves at the end of the day and she's by herself.

    Netflix / Via

    "I'm alone...every night," Gaga cries.

    There's still a lot we don't know about Five Foot Two, but one thing's for sure: It's going to be a real and honest look at Mother Monster.

    Paws up! ❀️