Lady Gaga: Looking for Fame : the Life of a Pop Princess

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Omnibus Press, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 154 pages
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This biography explores Stefani Germanotta's rapid rise to global stardom in the guise of the outrageous Lady Gaga. Hers has been a triumph achieved with the help of wild image-making, infectious pop hits and a teasing strand of ambiguous sexuality that has turned her into a gay icon. At heart it's the story of a self-made phenomenon. As an adoring fan of Freddie Mercury and David Bowie, Lady Gaga took the essence of 80s glam an reinvented it for the digital age. Commercially successful and critically accepted she shot from obscurity on Manhattan's club scene to worldwide fame in just a couple of years. This is the in-depth examination of her high-speed rise in the fame game, reported with a mix of admiration and sharp journalistic insight.

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Review: Lady Gaga: Looking for Fame

User Review  - Amy (Demonkittie) - Goodreads

I have always been a fan of Lady Gaga, but this book taught me more about her rise to fame and her early years. I seriously loved reading it. It was easy to read and very informative. I liked how it ... Read full review

Review: Lady Gaga: Looking for Fame

User Review  - Cyndi Chauvin - Goodreads

LoVe Gaga for sure, a fascinating and talented driven young woman. Most everything I read in this book I knew already from being obsessed with her story and rapid rise and watching most every show that was made about her. But it was a nice refresher! Read full review

About the author (2010)

Paul Lester's many other books include Life in the South-West. Also available to commemorate the centennial of the hurricane are: Storms, Floods and Sunshine: Isaac Monroe Cline, an Autobiography; When the Heavens Frowned (F); and Story of the 1900 Galveston Hurricane . All are published by Pelican.

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