The clip debuted Wednesday night during prior to a Lady Gaga concert in Toronto at the Air Canada Centre.
“Five Foot Two” follows the pop star during a recent period in her life when she was working on her 2016 album “Joanne,” getting ready for her Super Bowl halftime performance, filming on “American Horror Story” Season 6, and dealing with personal struggles.
“I’m going to fight like f—ing hell for them to love this,” Gaga says at one point.
The teaser flashes through a number of moments that viewers can be expected to see, including a family christening, visiting her grandmother and getting “stoned in grandpa’s car,” but also as she deals with physical pain.
The documentary is directed by Emmy-nominated filmmaker Chris Moukarbel (“Banksy Does New York”) and according to Netflix, will show “how, in just a few years, the 5-foot-2 performer has become such a relatable and beloved figure worldwide.”
“Five Foot Two” will debut on Friday at the Toronto International Film Festival and Sept. 22 on Netflix.
Watch the teaser above.
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