Lady Gaga: Queen of Pop
Constantly en vogue and always in the public eye, this is the biography of the rise and rise of Gaga, from her early life as a teenage protege, to her life as one of the most respected musicians and most recognised entertainers on the planet.
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||2 May 2011 by John Blake Publishing Ltd
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||By Herbert, Emily
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Queen of Pop, superstar, maverick, fashionista, Lady Gaga is one of the most recognisable and sensational pop stars for a generation. A true original, Gaga found fame the hard way, playing the grimy bars and burlesque shows of New York City, before finally relocating to Los Angeles to begin work on what would become her debut album The Fame. Constantly en vogue and always in the public eye, this is the biography of the rise and rise of Gaga, from her early life as a teenage protege, to her life as one of the most respected musicians and most recognised entertainers on the planet.
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EMILY HERBERT is a very experienced author and journalist. She has written biographies of numerous celebrities, including Michael Jackson, Katie Price, Gok Wan, Lady Gaga, Robin Williams and Stephen Gately and contributed to a range of national newspapers. Emily is based in London and her hobbies are ballet and art.