Lady Gaga biography
Lady Gaga, Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta’s last name, (born March 28, 1986, New York, New York, USA), American singer and performance artist, known for her gorgeous costumes, provocative lyrics and powerful vocal talent, through ” Just Dance, “Bad Romance” and “Born This Way” have been a huge success.
Early life and career
Germanotta was born in an Italian American family in New York City. She studied music from an early age and performed on the stage of the New York City club when she was a teenager. She studied at a girls’ school in Manhattan, Sacred Heart Monastery, and then studied music at New York University’s Tisch Art Institute. She studied at Tisch for two years before dropping out of school to manage her career.
In 2007, she and performance artist Lady Starlight formed a series called Ultimate Pop Burlesque Rock show. Her fashion combines her fast-paced, synthetic dance music with her avant-garde theatre performances to create stunning sound and visual effects. In fact, while making music, Lady Gaga also created her own sexy fashion through her creative team Haus of Gaga – full of dazzling wigs and space-age tights.
Success: The Fame And The Fame Monster
Her first single “Just Dance” became popular in clubs in the US and Europe, and eventually reached the first place on the Billboard Pop Songs This Hall of Fame has been greatly welcomed and has achieved great commercial success. As of the end of 2009, the global sales exceeded 8 million.
Her second album “The Fame Monster” was released in November 2009 and almost immediately produced another hit song “Bad Romance”.
In 2010, Lady Gaga proved to be one of the most successful artists in the business, with a sold-out concert tour and she is also the mainstay of the Hollywood Lollapalooza Music Festival and is in front After attending the 2011 Grammy Awards, Lady Gaga continued to receive the best pop vocal album (for At the “Bad Romance” annual video award at the MTV Music Video Awards held in Los Angeles in September 2010, Lady Gaga wore a meat coat.
Lady Gaga’s third album, “Born This Way” (2011), found the artist to be traced back to the early music era. The title song is a self-empowering song, using Madonna’s 1989 single “Expressing Yourself” style, while “Judas” is unscrupulously mixing sexual and religious images. These two songs soon became popular songs.
In 2013, Lady Gaga released Art pop. Although the energetic single “Applause” expanded her series of charts to success, the album was considered a commercial disappointment. The record is on the top of the Billboard 200 and jazz and traditional jazz album charts, and has won the Grammy’s best traditional pop album.
Performance and action
In addition to recording music, Lady Gaga occasionally starred in movies, especially in Machete Kills (2013) and Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014). In the fifth season of the TV show “American Horror Story: Due to her performance in the selection series, Lady Gaga won the Golden Globe Award. She also appeared in the sixth season of the 2016 broadcast. Lady Gaga won her first protagonist in the 2018 remake of the film A Star Is Born, a simple and ignorant up-and-coming singer and singer, who received unanimous praise and Oscar nomination. She wrote most of the film’s songs, many of which she performed with the opera and director Bradley Cooper. The single “Shallow” won two Grammy Awards and the Oscar for Best Original Song Award.
Lady Gaga has cultivated a loyal follower, especially among gay men (she admits her bisexuality), and she has become her most loyal fan. She became particularly outspoken in gay rights, especially same-sex marriage, and presented a guest speaker at the 2009 National Equality March meeting in Washington, DC.