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Born on March 28, 1986, in New York City, Germanotta was raised in the same place by an Italian-American family. As a child, she began to learn music, and by the age of 14, she was performing in New York City clubs. Convent of the Sacred Heart was an all-girls Catholic school in Manhattan attended by Germanotta. His mother revealed during a chat show that her daughter faced a lot of humiliation and isolation when she was in middle school.

As a child, she was unique and different from other kids; this is the reason she got bullied. It impacted her mental health to the extent that she started questioning her self-worth and became very withdrawn. With her mother’s support, she gradually overcame that phase. At the university level, she studied music at the Tisch Art School at NYU. After two years at Tisch, she decided to leave and follow her dreams.

“Just Dance,” her first single, became very popular in clubs across the United States and Europe. It eventually reached number one on Billboard’s Pop Songs chart (also known as the radio chart). Three other singles from The Fame, “Poker Face,” LoveGame,” and “Paparazzi,” also reached number one on The Radio Chart. Lady Gaga became the first artist to achieve four number-one spots from a debut album in its 17-year history.

The Fame received a positive reception from critics and was a huge commercial success, with more than 8 million copies sold worldwide by 2009. The fame not only brought her fame but 5 Grammy nominations, including song of the Year (“Poker Face”) and album of the Year (“The Fame”).

She bagged two Grammys- best electronic/dance recording (“Poker Face”) and best electronic album. She performed an opening duet with Sir Elton John, which was much talked about after the award telecast. She also won three Brit Awards in February 2010, which are the British equivalent of the Grammys.


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