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Lady Gaga
IQ 166

Lady Gaga has been in the spotlight for so long that we know practically everything about her, but is Lady GaGa IQ still a mystery?

I. What is Lady GaGa IQ?

There are no credible sources that validate Lady Gaga's intelligence. The "Poker Face" singer never publicly addressed the subject, nor did she confirm reported IQ levels that have been attributed to her online.

Lady Gaga IQ is believed to be 166, placing her among the top 0.1 percent of the world's population. This information should be taken with a grain of salt, as their website disclaimer states, "The IQ results presented on this website are not guaranteed." They are just for amusement reasons.

What is Lady GaGa IQ

NEW YORK - MAY 06: Lady Gaga attends The 2019 Met Gala Celebrating Camp

She was a creative composer and excellent keyboardist, as well as a student at the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth, which leads us to her educational history. Several studies have established a link between intellect and musical abilities since studying music involves brains and effort.

Lady Gaga exemplifies this idea brilliantly. She began playing the piano at a young age and quickly acquired all of the classics, from Beethoven and Mozart to Bach and Chopin. The Grammy-winning performer began taking piano lessons at the age of four and still plays the instrument like a pro.

She is bilingual (English and French) (and knows a smattering of Italian and Russian). She is a talented composer (has written songs for Brittany Spears, New Kids on the Block, Fergie, and Pussycat Dolls). She is a skilled keyboardist (accompanies herself during live performances). These facts, taken together, do not prove that Lady GaGa IQ is 166, but they strongly suggest that she does.

Finally, Catherine Cox estimated in 1926 that several prominent classical composers (Bach, Hayden, Mozart, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Strauss, Wagner) had IQs ranging from 160 to 170. Given the scarcity of great songwriters on Gaga's level, it's not a leap to think she may be among them.

II. Lady GaGa IQ and her life

1. Lady GaGa Educational Background

Lady Gaga grew raised in an upper-middle-class home with the means to send her to a private school. She attended the Convent of the Sacred Heart, an all-girls school in Manhattan, and characterized herself as a hardworking and conscientious student.

Lady Gaga didn't fit in with her friends and was frequently tormented in high school. This event, she told The Sunday Project, "has taught me the significance of spreading kindness in the world because I believe it is something that we can repair."

According to reports, Lady Gaga also attended the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth. Because it's not simple to get into this center, this small information led some to assume that Lady Gaga IQ may actually be as high as the dubious web sites suggest.

According to the official website of CTY, this program is "dedicated to recognizing and cultivating the potential of academically gifted pre-college students globally." Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg, Google co-founder Sergey Brin, and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ronan Farrow are among its prominent graduates. It's unknown how Lady Gaga's involvement in this show influenced her because music has always been first for her. 

Lady GaGa Life

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JANUARY 06: Lady Gaga attends the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards  

She enrolled in the Collaborative Arts Project 21 music school at the age of 17, but dropped out two years later to focus on her profession. Her college experience was apparently dreadful, with some of her classmates forming a Facebook page called "Stefani Germanotta, you will never be famous."

At the age of 17, Gaga was accepted into Collaborative Arts Project 21, a music school at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, and lived in an NYU dorm. There, she studied music and honed her songwriting abilities by writing articles on art, religion, social concerns, and politics, including a thesis on pop artists Spencer Tunick and Damien Hirst. 

She dropped out of school during the second semester of her second year in 2005 to focus on her music career. She also appeared in MTV's Boiling Points, a prank reality television show, as an unknowing restaurant customer that year.

Lady Gaga is definitely one of the most brilliant and bright persons on the planet, and she is deserving of being one of the most beautiful and talented females who can also be so very clever.

2. Lady GaGa successful career

Lady Gaga has shown a definite dedication to the objective of superstardom, which she has pursued with zeal since she was a youngster.

She believes she has always desired to be a celebrity, to amuse and inspire others. She was and continues to be outspoken about her views on popularity, stating, "Some people are just born stars." You either have it or you don't, and I was born with it." She was and is outspoken about her idea of stardom: “Some people are just born stars. You either have it or you haven’t, and I was definitely born one.”

Gaga collaborated with hip-hop musician Melle Mel on two songs for an audio book supporting Cricket Casey's children's story The Portal in the Park in 2005. She also started a band called the SGBand with other NYU classmates. They performed all around New York and became a mainstay of the downtown Lower East Side club scene.

Wendy Starland, a talent scout, referred her to music producer Rob Fusari during the 2006 Songwriters Hall of Fame New Songwriters Showcase at the Cutting Room in June. Fusari worked with Gaga, who came to New Jersey on a regular basis to assist develop her songs and write new material.

They began dating in May 2006, according to the producer, and he claimed to be the first person to call her "Lady Gaga," a reference to Queen's song "Radio Ga Ga." Their marriage lasted till January 2007.

Lady GaGa successful career

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA - FEBRUARY 24: Lady Gaga attends the 2019 Vanity Fair Oscar Party  

To promote Gaga's career, Fusari and Gaga founded Team Lovechild, LLC. They created and produced electropop songs and distributed them to music business executives. Joshua Sarubin, the head of Artists and repertoire (A&R) at Def Jam Recordings, replied enthusiastically, and Gaga was signed to Def Jam in September 2006 after permission from Sarubin's boss, Antonio "L.A." Reid.

Three months later, she was released from the label and returned to her family home for Christmas. Gaga began performing in neo-burlesque events, which she saw as a symbol of liberation.

During this period, she met Lady Starlight, a performance artist who helped shape her onstage character. The duo began performing at downtown nightclubs such as the Mercury Lounge, the Bitter End, and the Rockwood Music Hall. Their live performance art work, dubbed "Lady Gaga and the Starlight Revue" and billed as "The Ultimate Pop Burlesque Rockshow," paid homage to 1970s variety shows. They performed at the Lollapalooza music festival in 2007.

Gaga began incorporating pop melodies and the glam rock style of David Bowie and Queen into her songs after initially focusing on avant-garde electronic dance music.
By 2008, Gaga had traveled to Los Angeles to work closely with her record company on the completion of her debut album, The Fame, as well as to establish her own creative team, the Haus of Gaga, based after Andy Warhol's The Factory. On August 19, 2008, The Fame was released.

Gaga earned a record 150 weeks on the UK Singles Chart in 2009 and became the most downloaded female artist in the United States in a year, selling 11.1 million downloads, earning her a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. 

The Fame and The Fame Monster have sold over 15 million copies worldwide, with the latter becoming 2010's second best-selling album and reaching number one in Austria, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom, as well as the top five in Australia and the United States.
She also won three Brit Awards (the British equivalent of the Grammys) in February 2010: best international female, best album, and breakthrough artist.

Gaga also moved into business, teaming with consumer electronics manufacturer Monster Cable Products to make Heartbeats by Lady Gaga, in-ear, jewel-encrusted headphones. She also joined Polaroid as creative director in January 2010 and unveiled Grey Label, a line of photo-capture goods.

She has joined the Artists Against Fracking campaign, as well as others to raise awareness of HIV and AIDS. Lady Gaga hasn't slowed down either; in 2012, she founded her Born This Way Foundation to encourage youngsters and fight bullying, among other things.

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