Lady Gaga: 5 Facts You Surprisingly Didn’t Know About Her Life

While he stayed throughout the performance and told Gaga that he “did a great job”, he was concerned for the well-being of his daughter. “He was surprised. And alarmed,” the singer once confessed. “My mother told me that she broke down and told him that she thought she was crazy. Really crazy. Later that week, my family said: show and we think you’ve gone crazy and we really don’t know what to do. ‘

Lady Gaga wears a bespoke dress from Schiaparelli Haute Couture.Getty Images

4. Wrote your first hit, “Just Dance”, in record time. “I was very hungover. I wrote the song in about 10 minutes with [el productor] RedOne. And it was the first time I was in a Hollywood studio. A very pristine huge room with giant speakers. ” She later confessed to The Guardian in 2009 that she had trouble getting radio stations to play her music. “We have been trying to get them to reproduce in the United States since March,” he said. “I mean, it doesn’t sound the least bit like I Kissed a Girl by Katy Perry, which is a beautiful, charming, and surprisingly successful album; And that sounds like a radio hit. My song doesn’t sound like a hit. I mean, it does, but it doesn’t do it at the same time. “

5. While Gaga is credited as one of the most innovative artists in the industry, she is also responsible for a very revolutionary invention in the world of perfumery. When you were creating your first fragrance, Fame, asked Coty executives that he wanted the liquid to be black in the bottle and clear when sprayed.

“My forehead started to sweat,” Yael Tuil, Coty’s vice president of global marketing, told Vogue in 2012. “I said, ‘Oh my God! That’s impossible! How can we do that? ‘”Eventually, scientists developed a special formula to meet Lady Gaga’s specifications, and the company now has a patent pending for this liquid technology that goes from a black to a transparent color. “She was really behind the most important innovation in the fragrance industry in the last 20 years,” said Tuil. “Gaga really exceeds the limits.”

Article originally published in Vogue US,