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American singer, songwriter and musician

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She began her career as a songwriter for established artists, including Fergie, Pussycat Dolls, Britney Spears and New Kids on the Block, as well as American singer and producer Akon. Gaga released her debut album The Fame in 2008

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 At the beginning I was doing performance art in handmade leather and leopard bikinis talking about oral s*x and Andy Warhol and heavy metal. My mom was like, ‘You’ve lost your mind.’ I was doing drugs, I was really out of control. But I never got so far into it that I overdosed or anything. 
— Lady Gaga / August 27, 2010
 Once you open those doors they’re open for ever. People who say they need [drugs] to be creative are full of s**t. I’m not some chick on the road getting high and f***ed up every night. I wake up, drink coffee and get on the phone to talk about the creative direction of the next video. 
— Lady Gaga / August 27, 2010
 I won’t lie; it’s occasional. And when I say occasional, I mean maybe a couple of times a year. I do not want my fans to ever emulate that or be that way. I don’t want my fans to think they have to be that way to be great. It’s in the past. It was a low point, and it led to disaster. 
— Lady Gaga occasionally gets high / August 03, 2010
 I was completely mental and had just been through so much. I hit rock bottom, and it was enough to send a person over the edge. My mother knew the truth about that day, and she screamed so loud on the other end of the phone, I’ll never forget it. I cried. I told her I thought my life was over and I have no hope and I’ve worked so hard, and I knew I was good. What would I do now? And she said, ‘I’m gonna let you cry for a few more hours. And then after those few hours are up, you’re gonna stop crying, you’re gonna pick yourself up, you’re gonna go back to New York, and you’re gonna kick some a**.’ 
— Lady Gaga occasionally gets high / August 03, 2010
 I don’t like to talk about it too much, but there were drugs in my teenage years. The reason I don’t like to talk about it is I wouldn’t want anyone else to do it. I believe it could have ruined everything. 
— Lady Gaga did drugs when she was young but doesn't want to talk about it / July 09, 2010

 I was a middle-class girl who wanted to rebel and discover all these different sides to life. It was my dad who pulled me back. I wanted to show my parents I was completely wild. My dad thought I’d lost it. He came to see me and told me if I didn’t pull back I would lose everything. That completely shook me, because even though I wanted to rebel, my parents are the people I respect most in this world. I didn’t want to lose my father’s respect, so I stopped. As a performer I’m outrageous and wild, but as a person I have a very strong moral code. To this day I feel guilt about what I put my parents through when I was younger. I’ll call my mother out of the blue and say, ‘Mom, I’m so sorry about what I did.’ They’re very proud of me today, but I wouldn’t have their pride if I hadn’t listened to them and told them I was sorry. It’s as important to acknowledge your mistakes as it is to get credit for your victories. 
— Lady Gaga stopped doing drugs as she doesn't want to lose the respect of her parents / July 09, 2010
 Money is completely boring to me. It means nothing, except it feeds my art. Every penny I make goes back into the Haus of GaGa. My Haus of GaGa is something like Andy Warhol’s Factory. 
— Lady Gaga isn't in the music business for money / July 04, 2010
 I have a small bunch of really creative people who make up the Haus and they work with me on my sets, my costumes, my jewelery and the concept of GaGa. It’s my team and we come up with crazy ideas and make them happen. I do make a lot of money, but I don’t want to own flash cars; I want to make Lady GaGa the biggest star in the world, and that takes a lot of work and creativity. 
— Lady Gaga isn't in the music business for money / July 04, 2010
 My greatest sacrifice is love. I’ve only ever been in love once, and I had to walk away because I had to put my career first. He wanted me to stay at home and be with him; I wanted to be out there trying to make it on stage. It was a huge lesson for me, but it’s also a source of sadness. God gave me a gift with music, but if you have gifts you also have weaknesses. My weakness is not being able to make relationships work. I’ve dated artists, drummers, guitarists, architects, but there’s something in me that stops me ever putting a relationship before my work. I guess I always think my music is never going to roll over in bed one morning and tell me that it doesn’t love me any more. I have to believe the music is worth the sacrifice. 
— Lady Gaga doesn't let love get in the way of her passion for music / July 04, 2010
 You know, it’s always very difficult because I don’t necessarily like to talk about those very personal things that happened. But I guess I can speak about it now. I was actually asked to open for Michael on his tour. We were going to open for him at the O2 and we were working on making it happen. I believe there was some talk about lots of the openers doing duets with Michael on stage. But Michael’s death was devastating for me regardless of whether or not I was supposed to go on tour with him. He’s such an inspiration and a remarkable human being. 
— Lady Gaga was asked to open for Michael Jackson as the opening act in 'This is It' comeback gigs / June 01, 2010

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