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    Lady Gaga Struggles

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    ranging from depression, and self harm to death/suicide. Albert Einstein once said “the world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on and do nothing.” Though many people see and hear bullying, not many do anything about it. Lady Gaga, an anti-bullying activist as well as a famous singer is one of the few people who have done or said something about bullying. Her Born This Way Foundation is committed to supporting the wellness of young people and empowering them to create a braver and kinder world. Throughout Lady Gaga’s life she shows kindness and empathy through her efforts because of her childhood and because of the hardships she has…

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    The American singer, songwriter, and actress - Lady Gaga, will be feted as Billboard's 2015 Woman of the Year at the American music magazine's 10th annual Women in Music event. Lady Gaga will be succeeding the 'Shake it Off' singer Taylor Swift, who appeared at last year's intimate event, that also celebrated the Grammy Hall of Fame - Aretha Franklin, the American singer and actress - Ariana Grande, Iggy Azalea (Australian rapper and songwriter), the Price Tag hitmaker Jessie J, along with the…

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    Analysis Of Lady Gaga

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    Perhaps one may say that Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, also known as ‘Lady Gaga’ has conquered living a double life. From her exquisite choice of clothes to provocative performance style to unique sound, Lady Gaga is known for making pop music “weird.” Five albums and eight years later, Lady Gaga continues to rock the entertainment industry not only with her excellence in music but most recently in her debut acting career, therefore, ultimately rewriting her star text. The body of work,…

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    Is Lady Gaga’s documentary worth watching? (-- removed HTML --) Since she broke into the music scene about a decade ago, Lady Gaga has always been a somewhat rebellious figure and an artist who has never felt the need to fit into any mold. She has repeatedly said she stands for those who are deemed “freaks” in their community. Gaga’s documentary, Gaga: Five Foot Two, gives viewers a raw and uncensored look at the person behind the star. The documentary tracks her life around the time…

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    Lady Gaga Research Paper

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    Singer and actress Lady Gaga is speaking out and revealing that she battles with depression and anxiety every single day, but somehow she finds a way to push through these hard times. US Magazine shared that while speaking out to Billboard Lady Gaga shared that this is something she deals with all the time and actually went on to say that the way people are obsessed with cell phones doesn’t help it. Lady Gaga is actually talking because she hopes that sharing will help her fans out. She doesn’t…

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    Since Lady Gaga’s introduction in the mainstream music platform in 2008, she has remained a constant changing force in Pop. Moreover, her first single, Just Dance marked her as an upcoming pop star, and the second single Poker Face asserted her status in the mainstream society. As a result, with time, Gaga could influence the world of politics, fashion, pop art, fashion and pop music (Darmayasa 4). Even though she is blunt about her beliefs, Lady Gaga crafts her perceptions in her music videos…

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    Chatting with Celebrities: A Rhetorical Analysis Revision “Making Monsters: Lady Gaga, Fan Identification, and Social Media,” by Melissa A. Click, Hyunji Lee and Holly Willson Holladay, is a work pertaining to how Lady Gaga’s social media presence makes her relationship with her fans more intimate and personal. Dr. Click is an assistant professor (“Melissa Click”), and Dr.’s Lee & Holladay are graduate teaching assistants (“Lee”)(“Holladay”), all at the University of Missouri. Their purpose in…

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    Lady Gaga covered John Lennon's 1971 classic "Imagine" at Azerbaijan's Baku Olympic Stadium for the opening ceremonies of the 2015 European Games. Gaga brought the massive crowd to a reverent silence with her rendition. The Mother Monster was sat comfortably behind a floral piano cascaded in a foliage of pink and purple pastel flowers. She took the giant stage by wowing the crowd with an impressive performance and gave audience a chill-inducing heights on the third verse, when her voice became…

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    February 26, 2011. This date marked the release of Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” single, which debuted as number one on the Billboard Hot 100 (Wiser). Lady Gaga, otherwise known as Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, is an influential and unique pop singer songwriter in America. Her music reaches out to those of all ages, genders, and races. Gaga is well known for being ‘different’ throughout her pop culture career for things such as, her bold fashion choices that included showing up to an award…

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    Lady Gaga Analysis

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    Lady Gaga, was born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, in Yonkers, New York, on March 28, 1986. Her father, Joseph, was an internet entrepreneur and her mother, Cynthia, worked in telecommunications. Stefani has a sister that is six years younger than she. Stefani grew up on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Her family was well-off and sent her to a catholic girl’s school called, the Convent of the Sacred Heart. At age four Stefani began taking piano lessons and wrote her first song shortly…

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