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Lady Gaga: 63 Interesting Facts

Discover 63 fascinating facts about Lady Gaga, the strange, hot, and inventive pop singer, and discover how many you didn’t know!

  • Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta is Lady Gaga’s true name.
  • The song “Radio Ga Ga” by Queen inspired her stage name.
  • Gagaloo, Loopy, Mother Monster, Rabbit Teeth, and Little Mermaid are some of her most common nicknames.
  • She was born on March 28, 1986, and is 36 years old.
  • Green is Lady Gaga’s eye color.
  • Brown is her natural hair color.
  • Lady Gaga is 5’1″ tall.
  • Lady Gaga is on the lookout for both men and women who are creative.
  • Her favorite colors are lavender and black.
  • Bugs Bunny is Lady Gaga’s favorite cartoon character.
  • Lady Gaga dislikes kittens and prefers to be around dogs.
  • She is a left-handed person.
  • Lady Gaga is a woman who attracts both men and women.
  • Joseph Germanotta is Lady Gaga’s father, while Cynthia is her mother’s name.
  • Gaga is the younger of two siblings.

Lady Gaga facts

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  • “The Fame,” Lady Gaga’s debut album, was written and co-produced by her.
  • Natali, Gaga’s younger sister, is a fashion student. On March 10, 1992, she was born.
  • Natali plays a prison inmate in the music video for Telephone.
  • Rodney Jerkins and Lady Gaga collaborated on the song Telephone.
  • The telephone was supposed to be called “Underground” at first.
  • Lady Gaga was named the world’s second most powerful musician in 2010.
  • Gaga’s celebrity acquaintances include Perez Hilton, Beyoncé, Elton John, and Katy Perry.
  • Lady Gaga began learning to play the piano by ear at the age of four.
  • On February 11, 2011, her single Born This Way was released.
  • Lady Gaga hasn’t revealed her favorite animal, yet she always has two Great Danes in her videos.
  • Gaga made an appearance on an episode of The Hills in 2008.
  • Nicky and Paris Hilton went to the same prestigious Manhattan high school as her!
  • Carl Bean’s 1977 homosexual disco hit “I Was Born This Way” was the inspiration for Lady Gaga’s track “Born This Way.”
  • In 2006, Gaga’s producer Rob Fusari gave her the nickname Gaga.
  • Gaga’s “Lady” was a texting error: Rob Fusari typed “Radio Ga Ga” in a text, and it autocorrected “Radio” to “Lady.” “That’s it,” she replied through text. “Don’t call me Stefani ever again.”
  • Gaga refers to her fans as “little monsters” in her songs.
  • She was promoting her second album “The Fame Monster” at a Best Buy in West Hollywood on November 23, 2009. She observed fans who had been waiting all night for her and spent $1,000 on pizzas for her “little monsters.”
  • The Fame Monster was the most popular record in the world in 2010.
  • @ladygaga is her Twitter handle, and she has almost 81 million followers!
  • Her Twitter account was hacked on December 19, 2011, and an update was sent giving free iPads to all of her followers. The link was clicked by almost 7000 people!
  • Lady Gaga owes $3 million for the costumes she wore on her Monster’s Ball tour.
  • Her renowned meat outfit weighed 50 pounds and was made entirely of actual meat. On September 12, 2010, she wore it to the MTV Video Music Awards.
  • Lady Gaga frequently wears a purple teacup and saucer in public because it reminds her of home, where she enjoys tea with her mother.
  • Lady Gaga was once arrested for indecent exposure after wearing her hot pants in public.
  • On January 11, 2009, Poker Face was released in the United Kingdom.
  • Lady Gaga signed a record deal with Interscope Records on her 20th birthday.
  • In 2005, Lady Gaga starred on the MTV reality show Boiling Points.
  • White roses are Gaga’s favorite flower.
  • She enjoys cooking and claims to be an expert in Italian cuisine.
  • Christina Aguilera’s vocal coach was Lady Gaga’s mentor.

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  • Lady Gaga has a larger Facebook following than Barack Obama and Justin Bieber combined!
  • Rainer Maria Rilke’s Letters to a Young Poet is her favorite book.
  • In twenty countries, including the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and several European countries, Poker Face topped the charts.
  • Poker Face was the most downloaded song in the UK at the time of its release!
  • When she was 19, Gaga dropped out of New York University to pursue her music career.
  • In February 1991, Just Dance was the first single to reach #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with the word “dance” in the title.
  • Gaga’s song Just Dance was released in the United Kingdom on Christmas Eve 2008, however, it wasn’t officially released in the United States until January 6th.
  • The French lyrics in the song “Bad Romance” are “Je veux tonne amour et je veux ta revanche,” which means “I want your love and I want your retribution.”
  • She has four Guinness World Records entries.
  • Britney Spears, according to Lady Gaga, is the Queen of Pop.
  • She claims to have written “Born This Way” in less than ten minutes!
  • In its first five days on iTunes, Born This Way sold over one million tracks.
  • Her single “The Edge of Glory” was inspired by the death of her grandfather, who died in September 2010.
  • At the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards, the Paparazzi video received two awards: Best Art Direction and Best Special Effects.

Lady Gaga facts

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  • The Italian phrase “paparazzi” refers to news photographers who harass celebrities. It comes from the name Paparazzo, a news photographer in Federico Fellini’s classic film La Dolce Vita (1960).
  • Lady Gaga is a single mother.
  • Lady Gaga was dressed in a Kermit the Frog jacket made entirely of Kermit the Frog dolls!
  • Gaga donated her entire show’s revenues to Haiti catastrophe assistance on January 24, 2011, raising over $500,000!
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