Lady Gaga is having a moment. While the six-time GRAMMY winner is musically in a league of her own, amassing a loyal following of "little monsters" and creating some of the most visually stunning music videos of all time, she's also proven her talents in other creative fields this year. Mother Monster showed her dark side as star of American Horror Story: Hotel, in which she played a vampire and for which she won a Golden Globe. Gaga also took the stage at the Oscars to perform a very special song she wrote as part of the soundtrack to the sexual assault documentary The Hunting Ground. But the singer also did what she does best at the GRAMMYs this year, where she performed a spectacular tribute to one of her greatest influences, David Bowie. As she celebrates her milestone 30th birthday on Mar. 28, we look back on the 10 things that make the "Just Dance" singer one of a kind.
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