Shamed for Her Dreams: Lady Gaga Opens Up About Her Difficult University Years

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Lady Gaga’s rise to fame is a story of perseverance. Despite being told that she’d never make it big, she became one of the most successful musicians of our time. By pursuing her dreams, she proved her haters wrong and achieved her goals.

Her journey serves as a reminder that it’s never too late to take control of your life. With determination, we can all rise above our struggles and achieve success.

She struggled through her childhood and university years.

Gaga is a former student of the New York University Tisch School of the Arts. She dropped out to pursue her music career. In her early 20s, she shared how she was mocked in high school. Her so-called “friends” threw her into a trash bin. It’s heartbreaking to hear, but it’s a reminder that mocking can happen to anyone, even someone as famous as Lady Gaga.

She revealed she was always considered a “loser” by her peers growing up. In middle school, her unique qualities made her the target of taunts and humiliation. It’s no wonder that her struggles led to depression.

Her fellow undergraduates created a group on Facebook.

Despite her talent, her peers focused on trivial aspects of her appearance, like her supposed “big nose” and “buckteeth.” She was criticized for her makeup choices and her interest in music. Her peers doubted her musical abilities and teased her for aspiring to become a professional singer. They even created a Facebook page called “Stefani Germanotta, you will never be famous,” which is closed now.

It took a toll on her mental health.

The singer shared that the negative emotions associated with the mocking stayed with her. Gaga spoke candidly about how it affected her mental health, and how no one checked on her to see if she was okay. Even her own mother, Cynthia Germanotta, admitted that she didn’t recognize the warning signs of her daughter’s depression during her middle school years.

Gaga becomes the first person to win an Oscar, Grammy, BAFTA, and Golden Globe in one year.

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Lady Gaga became the first person in history to win an Oscar, Grammy, BAFTA, and Golden Globe in the same year. Her Academy Award win was for Best Original Song for “Shallow,” performed in the movie A Star Is Born. At the Oscars, the singer was overcome with emotion as she accepted her first Oscar alongside co-writers Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando, and Andrew Wyatt. She tearfully thanked the Academy and her family, including her sister, who she called her soulmate.

She learned from it.

Lady Gaga said her experiences with high school mocking helped her to portray Ally from A Star Is Born, a struggling artist with self-doubt who wants to succeed in the music industry. Unlike Ally, Gaga was very motivated, “I was dragging my keyboard around New York, and I was pounding on doors. I really believed in myself.” To portray Ally’s insecurities, the pop star had to recall her own experiences in high school.

She brings awareness to mocking.

Lady Gaga wants to raise awareness about various forms of mocking, including cybershaming. She acknowledged that social media and text messaging can have a negative influence on young people. Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation promotes tolerance and opportunities for everyone.

The star filmed a campaign video with students from Walter Reed Middle School, where she discussed their daily classroom challenges. She believes starting conversations in the classroom is an important step toward creating a better world.

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