Are you ready to travel back in time, Little Monsters?
Sunday marks 10 years since Lady Gaga dropped her debut album, “The Fame,” which began her ascent to the top of pop stardom. Now, a 10-year anniversary gift is usually tin or aluminum, but since this is Gaga, she’s giving us a fully loaded digital time capsule instead.
On Friday Gaga revealed an entire website dedicated to her pre-“Fame” days, complete with an unearthed video series charting her gritty path to stardom. In the web series, called “Gaga-Vision,” fans can watch the then-22-year-old hit the streets of New York City, sing “LoveGame” in noisy restaurants and do her own stage makeup. “I’m terrified of being average,” young Gaga says in one video.
This is how it all began, people. Fast forward a decade and Gaga is teasing a new era, setting up residency in Las Vegas and starring in a major studio movie with Bradley Cooper.