Lady Gaga shares an unrecognizable throwback photo of herself rocking black hair

Apr 10, 2018
07:00 A.M.
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Have you ever wondered how celebrities looked like before they became famous? With Lady Gaga, we no longer have to wonder as she shared a throwback snap of herself.


Turning 32 last Wednesday, Lady Gaga took to social media and posted an old photo herself rocking a different kind of hair. AmoMama collected info from Pop Culture.

It was a snapshot that some of us may not recognize even though people have seen the unconventional songstress with a million different looks. She gifted her fans this side of her, a photo that was taken in 2007, and before she morphed into the artist that we love today.

The Born This Way singer rocked a black hair with bangs. She wrote:

“Here’s me in 2007 right before I dyed my hair blonde and released Just Dance. It’s now 2018 and I’m so blessed to be turning 32 with a fanbase of Little Monsters I’ve watched spread a message of acceptance and kindness for 10 years now.”


It seems like Lady Gaga is now on the road to recovery after canceling the remaining dates of her Joanne World Tour last month because of a “severe back pain,” which is mainly due to her fibromyalgia—a condition characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain.

She shared about the condition last September through her documentary, Gaga: Five Foot Two, which she also hoped to have spread awareness about the long-term condition.

The 32-year-old previously apologized to her fans for the cancellation of her tour. She wrote:

“I’m so devastated. I don’t know how to describe it. All I know is that if I don’t do this, I am not standing by the words of meaning of my music. My medical team is supporting the decision for me to recover at home. We’re canceling the last 10 shows of my Joanne World Tour. I love this show more than anything, and I love, but this is beyond my control.”


She is now more interactive with her fans on social media and has been engaged with events such as the March For Our Lives protest.