Tuesday, 27 July 2010

A Book Review That Goes GaGa - Lady GaGa: Queen Of Pop

It’s time to go GaGa, over 21st century’s Queen Of Pop. Lady Gaga’s autobiography Lady GaGa: Queen Of Pop, written by Emily Herbert. The book, uncovers some hidden truths about the eccentric GaGa, who first released her debut album ‘Fame,’ back in January 2009.
Lady GaGa, who’s known by family, and close friends as Stefani. She also shared the same classroom, with the Hilton sisters at Sacred Heart Catholic School. The book, goes onto reveal the Poker-Face singer, to have a strong fashion sense, she was also a straight A student.

As I mentioned earlier, GaGa had a strong interest in fashion during her teenage years. Her ambition was to be a fashion stylist, however, that all changed when she got into drama and music. Before she became the centre of attention in the music business, GaGa was actually a burlesque dancer.

If you’re one of those people, who like to know what goes on behind closed doors, then this is the book for you. The autobiography, reveals GaGa’s inner- most secrets, and exposes the close relationship she has with her family, especially with her father. As you read on, you begin to realise that you delve deeper into GaGa’s life. As she talks about a time she went from being a good straight A student, to an out of control cocaine addict. She continues to explain, how difficult of an ordeal it was for her, not only being dependent on a substance, but also how she could have lost everything including her family.
Once Gaga was introduced to the music industry, she became known as the performer with a difference. In 2009, she performed at The Royal Varity Show in the UK where she shook hands with the Queen. It’s safe to say, this lady is going to stay with us for a long time, and continue to make a unique statement within the music industry.

If you’re a GaGa fan, and you want to get to know the real lady, then pick up this book, and enter the world of the pop singer.

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