Lady Gaga has often claimed to be the first ever Lady Gaga. Seems like there were three other Lady Gaga's who already created history before she burst onto the scene.
In 2004, Stefani Germanotta's ex texted her 'Radio Gaga'- just a simple reference to Queen's 1984 hit. Except the phone auto corrected 'Radio' to 'Lady.' And the pop queen was born.
According to Slate magazine, in the past 2,600 years, there have been three illustrious 'Gaga's - a slave-owner in ancient Babylonia, an Irish countrywoman who gained the aristocratic title Madame de Gaga through marriage in 1817, and a fictional '20s flapper and socialite, reports Newser.Apparently, the third Gaga - was "the lead character in a satire that took aim at the so-called Bright Young People," as the young aristocrats and socialites of the age were known. Tell me this doesn't sound a bit like the Gaga you know and love: The Bright Young People threw "freak" or "stunt" parties-"themed soirees featuring elaborate costumes, cross-dressing, wild animals, and outlandish musical entertainment."
Seems like the threesome have stolen our beloved Lady Gaga's thunder!