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Lady Gaga has last laugh after evil university bullies set up group saying ‘she'd NEVER be famous’

She has seen incredible award season success this year thanks to her role as singer/songwriter Ally Maine in A Star Is Born.

However, it appears that Lady Gaga, 32, has had to battle her way through her fair share of haters, as a Facebook group named 'Stefani Germanotta, you’ll never be famous' has re-emerged.

Proving that Gaga has now had the last laugh, a fan listed the achievements of the multi-talented star as she took to Twitter with a screenshot of the mean-spirited group alongside a throwback snap of her and a recent one of her with an Oscar.
'When Lady Gaga was in university, there was a Facebook group called “Stefani Germanotta, you’ll never be famous” and now she is the FIRST woman in history to win an Oscar, Grammy, BAFTA and Golden Globe all in the same year,' the tweet read.

In the group's profile picture, fresh-faced Gaga, who's real name is Stefani Germanotta, is seen smiling in the snap, while a black cross is drawn across her.

On Sunday night's Oscars, Gaga was overwhelmed with emotion as she walked to the stage to collect her Best Song gong for A Star Is Born.

In her acceptance speech, the tearful popstar thanked co-star and director Bradley Cooper profusely, saying he was the 'only person' she could have performed it with.

Crying, she gushed: 'Thank you so much. To the Academy for this wonderful honor. Thank you to every single person in this room. Thank you to Mark Ronson, to Anthony Rossomando, to Andrew Wyatt my co-writers, I love them so much. To my sister, my soul mate, I love you.'
She continued, clutching the Oscar: 'My family is here, I love you, mom and dad. Bradley, there is not a single person on the planet that could've sung this song with me but you. Thank you for believing in us, thank you so much.'

At the Golden Globes in January she accepted the Best Original Award alongside her co-writers Andrew Rossomando, Andrew Wyatt and Mark Ronson.

A few days later, the Poker Face hitmaker tied with Glenn Close in the Best Actress category at the Critics' Choice Awards, while also picking up the Best Song award for Shallow.

Adding to her reign, Gaga was awarded three Grammy gongs - Best Pop Solo Performance for Joanne - Where Do You Think You're Goin'?, as well as Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and Best Song Written for Visual Media for A Star Is Born's Shallow.
And just before the coveted Oscars, the New York native won for Best Film Music at the BAFTA awards.

Gaga and her co-star Bradley play lovers in A Star Is Born, a movie about a musician who helps a young singer find fame, even as age and alcoholism send his own career into a downward spiral.

The Born This Way hitmaker has previously spoken about the lack of support from others - and a quote from a decade ago concerning her ex-boyfriend continues to serve as inspiration to many
Speaking to Cosmopolitan in 2010 when she was at the beginning of her hugely popular music career, Gaga revealed: 'I had a boyfriend who told me I’d never succeed, never be nominated for a grammy, never have a hit & hoped I’d fail.

'I said to him someday, when we’re not together, you won’t be able to order a cup of coffee at the f***ing deli without hearing or seeing me.'
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