Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta
Gagaloo, Loopy, Mother Monster
Age – Date of Birth
March 28, 1986
Place of Birth
Manhattan, New York City, NY
Convent of the Sacred Heart
Tisch School of the Arts
Job – Occupation
Gaga is a Singer and songwriter
She weighs about 105 to 110 lbs.
Boyfriend / Spouse
White / Caucasian
Color of Hair
Her hair color is brown but she loves to wear different color wigs that matches her style.
Colors of Eyes
Physical Distinctive Features
36-26-37 in or 91.5-66-94 cm
Brand Ambassador for
Well Known For
The Fame August 19, 2008
Gaga List of top Ten songs
1. Bad Romance
2. Poker Face
4. The Edge of Glory
5. Born This Way
8. Just Dance
First TV Show or Movie
Her first movie is “Machete Kills” La Chameleon, by Robert Rodriguez
Her dog who name is Asia Kinney.
Wigs and costumes
List tour dates for the year
List of Facts
Additional Statistics and Summary
Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, better known as Lady Gaga, was born in March 1986 in Manhattan, NY. She is of around 75% Italian ancestry and also has French-Canadian ancestry. Growing up, she attended a private Catholic all-girls’ school, where she said despite her hard work and dedication, she ‘didn’t fit in… I felt like a freak.’ After she finished high school, Gaga successfully applied for place on the competitive Collaborative Arts Project, a musical theater training conservatory at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.
Gaga dropped out of college in her second year to pursue her musical career. Her father agreed to pay her rent for a year on the condition that she re-enroll at Tisch should the music not work out. Gaga formed the Stefani Germanotta (SG) band, and played Greenwich village, where they caught the attention of music producers. In 2006, Gaga met producer Rob Fusari, who was looking for a female singer to front a new band. With the SG band now no more, Gaga traveled to New Jersey each day to work with Fusari, with whom she began a romantic relationship. It is Fusari who came up with her famous moniker: he would often compare her vocals to those of Queen singer Freddie Mercury, and play Radio Gaga as her ‘entrance song’ in the studio; a predictive text corrected ‘radio’ to ‘lady’ and Gaga told Fusari ‘never call me Stefani again.’ The pair established a company called Team Lovechild, and Gaga was signed to Def Jam Records with the intention of having an album ready in 9 months. It was not to be; Gaga was dropped after only three months. Devastated, she returned home for Christmas and threw herself into the experimental culture of the Lower East Side, go-go dancing on stage and experimenting with drugs. During this time she split with Fusari and had an intense relationship with a drummer in a heavy metal band, which would provide inspiration for her later songs. Despite her own father being ‘unable to look at her’ during this period because of her drug use, Gaga credits this time in her life as helping her to establish her identity; she met fellow performer Lady Starlight and developed her stage act to incorporate elements of glam rock and burlesque.
Fusari, meanwhile, had continued to work on the songs he and Gaga had been producing, and,in 2007, sent some of them to record executive Vincent Herbert, who was quick to sign Gaga to Streamline Records, an imprint of Interscope Records. She subsequently signed a music publishing deal with Sony Records and was hired to write songs for artists such as Britney Spears, Fergie and the Pussycat Dolls. Gaga came to the attention of singer Akon, who helped her sign a joint deal with Interscope Records and his own company, KonLive Distribution.
In 2008, Gaga released her debut album ‘The Fame’ to critical and commercial success after sleeper hit ‘Just Dance’ reached the top of the international charts in January 2009. The follow-up, ‘Poker Face’ reached #1 in most major music markets shortly afterwards, selling 9.8 million copies worldwide and earning her a Grammy. Gaga opened for the Pussycat Dolls on their 2009 tour before launching her own ‘Fame Ball’ tour that same year. Whilst on the road, Gaga wrote EP ‘The Fame Monster’ which was released in November. Lead single ‘Bad Romance’ topped the charts in a whopping 18 countries and made it to #2 in the US and Australia and earning her another two Grammy awards. The follow-up singles, ‘Telephone’, featuring Beyonce, and ‘Alejandro’ were huge successes, but their videos caused some controversy, most notably from the American Catholic League. Despite this, ‘The Fame Monster’ earned six nominations at the 53rd Grammy Awards, and won Gaga Best Pop Vocal Album. Just weeks after the release of the album, Gaga headed out on her ‘Monster Ball’ tour, which was critically acclaimed and ran for over a year, grossing $227.2 million, the highest-grossing tour of any debut artist.
Gaga’s second full-length album. ‘Born This Way’ was released in 2011, and topped the charts in more than 20 countries, including the US, where it sold over 1 million copies its first week. Gaga followed this up with her third album, ‘Artpop’ in 2013, which went to #1 in the US and spawned the hit singles ‘Applause’ and ‘Do What You Want.’ In 2014, Gaga released a collaborative jazz album with Tony Bennett, ‘Cheek to Cheek.’ The album became her third consecutive #1 album in the US, and launched a short tour beginning in Las Vegas. Gaga is currently working on her fifth studio album. She performed a tribute to ‘The Sound of Music’ at the 87th Academy Awards in February 2015, and sang John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’ in a surprise appearance at the 2015 European Games in Azerbaijan. She has also been confirmed as a cast member in the upcoming season of ‘American Horror Story’ .
Lady Gaga is known for her eccentric, artistic style; she famously appeared in a dress made of raw beef at the 2010 MTV Music Video Awards, a sartorial choice which led to equal amounts of praise (Time Magazine called it the Fashion Statement of the Year 2010) and criticism (Gaga’s meat dress sparked the fury of animal rights group PETA) in the press. Gaga remains unapologetic about her style, and it has undoubtedly cemented her place as a contemporary icon.
Gaga is a petite 5ft 1 in (155cm) tall and weighs around 108 lbs (49kg), measuring in at 36-26-37 in or 91.5-66-94 cm and a 34B bust. Gaga keeps in shape with the help of celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak and also follows his 5-factor diet. A natural brunette, Gaga has sported many different hair colors, most notably platinum blonde, although she relies on brightly colored wigs for many appearances.
Gaga dated Luc Carl, club promoter and DJ, from 2007-2008, and reconciled with him briefly in 2010, although their split was officially confirmed the following spring. In 2011, Gaga began dating American actor and model Taylor Kinney, and in February 2015, the pair became engaged.
Gaga is known for her philanthropic work, especially in the field of LGBT rights, and also established the ‘Born This Way’ foundation in 2011, a non-profit organization which focuses on youth development.