Lady Gaga in Time 100 As Performance Artist
Lady Gaga does it again – this time the controversial pop sensation has made it to the list of Time magazine’s Top 100 issue of people who most affect the world. The fame-obsessed singer ranked No. 5 overall in the online favorites vote, which was available to online users.
Lady Gaga is more a mix of glamour-infused performance art and carefully constructed pop chantreuse than the average next top female singing sensation. Indeed, no longer is she the mousy brown-haired Stefani Joanne Germanotta, from the privileged NYC prep school set, rather now she is Gaga, nothing more nothing less.
For that reason alone does she captivate audiences around the globe – and managed to make Time’s Most Influential. America voted and decided the oddly dressed/head piece obsessed fame ball is worth watching and has catchy tunes to boot.
The Time Most Influential list is an annual compilation of the world’s most influential artists, leaders, icons and innovators. The list is a creation of the editors of the magazine, with an additional online component were readers can cast their own votes. Lady Gaga made the top of the list in the artist list followed by Conan O’Brien and Kathryn Bigelow.
Topping the leaders list was Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. Barack Obama came in fourth place. Bill Clinton topped the heroes' list. Oddly enough, Ben Stiller made fourth place on that same list. Zaha Hadid was named top thinker.
Currently, Lady Gaga can be seen on tour promoting her latest album “The Fame Monster”.
Written by Lani Shadduck