Lady Gaga, born as Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta was born in Manhattan, New York City, on March 28, 1986. She is an American actress, singer, and songwriter who is known by her stage name Lady Gaga which derived from the Queen song “Radio Ga-Ga”. She rose to her fame by her consistent image reinventions, provocative lyrics, and versatility in both music and entertainment.
Lady GaGa has become an international pop star with outstanding records like having a Guinness Book of World Records, 11 Grammy Awards, Songwriters Hall of Fame, Billboard’s Artist of the Year, and many more. Few of her songs are “The Fame”, “Just Dance”, “Poker Face”, “Bad Romance”, and “Born This Way”.
Lady Gaga’s middle name Joanne was given to her in the memory of her aunt, who died of Lupus. She also named her fifth album in her honour. When she was four, her mother used to make her sit in front of the piano for an hour every day, does not matter if she played it or not. For her first performance in 1st grade, she designed her own clothes with tin foil and hangers.
She attended the same school as Caroline Kennedy, Paris and Nicky Hilton, and it was the oldest independent girls’ school in Manhattan. Lady Gaga was one of the only students with an after school job at an Upper West Side diner as a waitress. She did a minor role in an episode of ‘The Sopranos‘ when she was 15. Gaga was also one of the 20 students accepted early into NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, but she left that in between after her second semester.
Gaga’s fragrance ‘Fame‘ is described as one of the most breakthrough innovation in the last 20 years in the fragrance industry as it was the first in the world to change colour from bottle to mist. Lady Gaga is the first woman ever to win an Oscar, Grammy, BAFTA and Golden Globe in the same year for her leading role in “A Star is Born“. She is also the godmother to Elton John‘s two sons. She currently has Fibromyalgia.