The Hollywood Reporter just released a podcast 'Awards Chatter' featuring a conversation with Lady Gaga and Diane Warren.
The music icon and the seven-time Oscar nominee discuss fame, the music business and the sexual assaults they both suffered years ago, which inspired them to collaborate on the original song 'Til It Happens to You' for an acclaimed new doc about the epidemic of the crime on college campuses.
"Every time I sing that song it's difficult for me," says music icon Lady Gaga as I sit down with her and seven-time best original song Oscar nominee Diane Warren at Gaga's Malibu estate to discuss "Til It Happens to You," the song they co-wrote and Gaga performs in Kirby Dick's Oscar-shortlisted documentary The Hunting Ground, which highlights the epidemic of sexual assault on American college campuses. "But it's healing people," Warren reassures her. "Absolutely," adds Gaga.
You can hear the whole uncut conversation below.