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Lady Gaga: Then & Now
Here's Lady Gaga, before she was famous. The singer born Stefani Germanotta, enjoyed playing the piano from a very young age. Pic: Splash News
Lady Gaga, images from her school Yearbook. Pic: Splash News
Lady Gaga, better known as Stefani Germanotta, seen here at a New York private 'Convent of the Sacred Heart' Catholic school. Pic: Splash News
Before she was even know as Lady Gaga, 14 year-old Stefani Germanotta at John Hopkins at the Center for Academic Achievement during the summer of 2000.
Lady Gaga was first seen on TV as an unwitting contestant on the MTV prank show, 'Boiling Points' back in 2004.
Gaga caught on video in 2006 performing live at a New York Rock Club.
In April 2008 Gaga released her debut single 'Just Dance' in the US, its UK release followed in January.
A few short weeks after 'Just Dance', Gaga released her second single 'Poker Face' which bagged Lady Gaga her second No. 1 and went on to become the most downloaded song in British chart history.
Gaga visits Capital and performs an acoustic session for us in our studios. Here she is pictured with our evening hosts Rich & Kat
With lyrics like "I wanna take a ride on your disco stick", Lady Gaga's controversial music video from 'LoveGame' was banned from TV in some countries in March 2009.
Lady Gaga performed on the Other Stage at 2009's Glastonbury Festival where an unfortunate camera angle sparked rumours that she might be a man.
Lady Gaga wowed fans in Toronto with her flaming breasts!
Lady Gaga returned to the UK top 10 for a third time in July with her massive hit 'Paparazzi'.
Lady Gaga was in Berlin where she stopped off at German TV station, RTL to chat to them about fashion... and this is what she showed up in!
Lady Gaga appeared on Japanese TV where she performed her hit 'Poker Face' with a hairy elephant on her head.
Gaga put on her razor-blade sunglasses for the video for her fourth top ten hit, 'Bad Romance' which scored Gaga a third Big Top 40 No. 1.
GaGa delights the O2 Arena at our Jingle Bell Ball with an unforgettable performance with three costume changes.
Lady Gaga meet the Queen at the Royal Variety Performance in Blackpool in December 2009.
Lady Gaga teamed up with Beyonce for her single 'Telephone', the controversial music video was full of nudity, product placement and bad language.
Lady Gaga picked up three BRIT awards at the 2010 ceremony, International Female Solo, International Breakthrough and International Album for 'The Fame'.
In April, Gaga released her top ten hit 'Alejandro' with a video which many felt was a little too odd...even for her. What's next for the US star? Time will tell...