Lady Gaga seemed to explode onto the pop scene like a brilliantly deranged firework from the great beyond. The world was presented with an eccentric enigma, a suddenly transformed NYU student whose creative foresight and visions set new standards for the staid music culture. But as much as she became a phenomenon, the question remained: where did she come from? How did she go from playing in bars to the wildest, most successful act on the planet? Finally, she’s got an answer for all those desperate for an origin story. In reality, the opening was inspired by the day she was released from her first record label — “It was one of the worst days of my life,” she’s called it — but again, she’s built it into her own mythology.
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