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Lady Gaga's documentary covers her split from ex Taylor Kinney and feud with Madonna. Pictured: Gaga performs inside the Reynolds Coliseum on the campus of North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina, on Nov. 7, 2016. Getty Images/Logan Cyrus

Lady Gaga is ready to give her fans and followers an unfiltered view of her life behind the spotlight.

"Gaga: Five Foot Two" premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on Friday. The movie features Gaga's emotional struggles leading to her recent album, "Joanne."

According to Us Weekly, Gaga opened up about her failed romance with ex-fiancé Taylor Kinney in the documentary. "Me and Taylor are fighting, so that [explicit]," the "Million Reasons" singer says in one scene. "My love life has just imploded."

Gaga and Kinney were in a relationship for five years. They got engaged on Valentine's Day 2015 but called it quits in July 2016.

"Taylor and I have always believed we are soulmates," Gaga said about her ex. "Just like all couples we have ups and downs, and we have been taking a break. We are both ambitious artists, hoping to work through long-distance and complicated schedules to continue the simple love we have always shared. Please root us on. We're just like everybody else and we really love each other."

Gaga has since moved on from Kinney. In fact, in June, she was spotted packing on PDA at the Hamptons with her new beau, Christian Carino. At that time, Gaga and Carino have been dating for over four months. The couple was first seen together in Houston prior to the "Born This Way" songstress' memorable Superbowl performance.

Aside from sharing her heartbreak, Gaga also addresses her conflict with Madonna, 59, in the documentary. The "Poker Face" singer admits that the "Like A Virgin" singer was her idol and was disappointed after learning about the Queen of Pop's diss against her on TV.

"She wouldn't look me in the eye and tell me that I was reductive," Gaga says (via Us Weekly). "Telling me you think I'm a piece of [explicit] through the media? It's like a guy passing me a note through his friend." Gaga adds that Madonna already apologized to her, but she admits that she's not sure if she can trust her again.

Aside from giving an unfiltered look at the "Bad Romance" singer's life, the documentary, which was helmed by Chris Moukarbel, also shows Gaga's life off stage. Another scene shows her goddaughter's baptism and her trip to Walmart to purchase her own CDs. The film concludes with a dedication to Gaga's best friend, Sonja Durham, who succumbed to cancer in May.

"Gaga: Five Foot Two" premieres on Netflix on Friday, Sept. 22.