Simon Cowell has been pitted to the "most recognizable face in history" title by Adolf Hitler.
The 52-year-old music mogul and The X Factor judge has the second most famous face in modern history, coming a close second behind the late German Nazi dictator in a recent poll of 1,000 adults in the UK.
Simon - also known as "Mr. Nasty" - is set to go down in history for his memorable put-downs as he was recognized by 943 people compared to Hitler's 994. They were both spotted by 95 per cent of the people polled, along with fellow controversial character, former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, who came third.
According to the poll, global superstar Lady Gaga is less recognizable than British wartime hero Winston Churchill and former monarchs Queen Victoria and King Henry VIII. The "Marry The Night" singer - who has 25 million Twitter followers and had the best-selling album of 2010 with The Fame Monster - came bottom of the list and was only known to 71 per cent of people polled.
Lady Gaga and her ex-boyfriend Taylor Kinney have reportedly reunited.
The Vampire Diaries actor, 30, recently sparked rumors of a reunion when he joined Lady Gaga - who is currently touring Asia - in Thailand and then continued on to Singapore with her last week.
"They sure looked like they were back together - holding hands and being cute everywhere they went. They were seen kissing right as they got into the [hotel] elevator," a source said.
The insider confirmed that they were dating once again and trying to make things work despite her demanding lifestyle: "They are going to try and make it work even with her crazy schedule. Gaga realized she missed him."
Taylor and the 26-year-old initially split in early May after ten months together. At the time, sources said the Grammy winner's hectic calendar was to blame.
Elton John is worried about Lady Gaa's health. The "Rocket Man" singer, 65, said he is concerned about the 26-year-old singer and her tiny frame.
"I look at Gaga and I think, 'How does she do it?'" he told The Guardian.
He also admitted that her parents are anxious about whether she is taking correct care of herself while traveling the world: "I talk to her mum and dad about it. They worry."
Jennifer Lopez has been named the world's most powerful celebrity.
The 42-year-old star has knocked Lady Gaga off the top spot of Forbes magazine's annual Celebrity 100 list - at which she was placed number 50 last year - thanks to her high public profile and endeavors in music, movies, as a judge on American Idol and other endorsement deals, with her income over the last 12 months reaching a staggering $52 million.
The Celebrity 100 - which placed TV talk show host Oprah Winfrey second and Justin Bieber third - is based on income over a 12 month period and fame, as defined by a media presence across all platforms, as well as social media power as determined by prolificness on Facebook and Twitter.
Jennifer's fame was boosted by her 23,000 press mentions, including appearing on 46 major magazine covers, topping People's 2011 Most Beautiful list and being named as a Glamour Woman of the Year.
Gossip singer Beth Ditto thinks Lady Gaga is important to "five year olds." The musician is a fan of the pop superstar but she doesn't think her songs can ever have as much of an impact on her adult fans as they do on children because it's completely new to the younger generation:
"I think her music is for five year olds. Like when I was five, for me it was Madonna, Cyndi Lauper and Michael Jackson. Those people were iconic. I'm 31 so that was like 26 years ago. I think that for the five year old watching MTV right now Lady Gaga is going to be an iconic person. In 20 years, the people who are here and talking to journalists will be like, 'Oh Lady Gaga changed my life, Nicki Minaj changed my life.' They'll be saying who influenced them and it will be Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj, artists like that. I don't think it's as relevant when a 31-year-old is saying the same things."
Beth believes it is harder for artists, including Gaga, to reach and inspire older music fans because they have been influenced by so many different types of music already.
Lady Gaga likes to be dominated in bed.
The "Bad Romance" hitmaker - who split with boyfriend Taylor Kinney before embarking on her current Born This Way Ball world tour - revealed she loves being told what to do in the bedroom but only started enjoying sex in the last few years.
"In the bedroom now, I really like being told what to do. Everybody thinks I'm this sexually-charged pop music maniac - which I am - but I don't think I enjoyed sex until I was much older," she told The Sun.
Gaga, 26, also confessed she is still looking for love but is wary after being emotionally scarred by some past relationships:
Lady Gaga has reportedly split from Taylor Kinney.
The 26-year-old singer - who has been dating the Vampire Diaries actor since meeting on the set of her "You and I" music video last year - is reportedly taking a break from the hunk because she doesn't have time for a relationship during her 110-date Born This Way Ball world tour.
"They are now on a break. She will be touring nonstop until next year and has found she can't have relationship at the same time. There's just no room for anything else. Her work is all-consuming," a source told US Weekly.
Although Gaga appeared smitten with Taylor, friends say the relationship wasn't destined to last.
While she's usually tight-lipped about whom she's dating at the moment, pop star Lady Gaga recently revealed in an interview with Oprah that she wants a big family.
"Yes, I want kids, I want a soccer team and I want a husband... Yeah, I do. Well, you know, I'm being superfluous. I don't want to have one kid. I want to have a few... I want to experience that, [but] not yet," she told Oprah on her new show, Oprah's Next Chapter.
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Lady Gaga worries she may die as a "martyr for fame" like Princess Diana. The "Born This Way" singer is writing a track about the late British royal - who died aged 36 in a car accident in Paris in 1997 - and fears she may end up losing her life in a similar fashion.
"Gaga has always been absolutely fixated on Diana and sees herself as a 21st-century incarnation of her. She knows she is almost as recognizable as Diana and is hounded by photographers and fans on the same level. Gaga has had dreams about dying the same way as her and has genuine fears that her fame could literally kill her, either in a chase or at the hands of crazies," a source said.
Gaga's earlier single, "Paparazzi," was also about the perils of celebrity and was also written with the tragic figure of Diana in mind. The pop superstar has said, "Diana was the most iconic martyr of fame. She died because of it."
In 2009, Gaga performed 'Paparazzi' at the MTV Video Music Awards, with her appearance culminating in her staging a fake death, with her covered in fake blood and hanging from the ceiling.
Lady Gaga thinks she is a "gypsy" at heart. The Marry The Night hitmaker - who is yet to purchase her own home - admitted she is still "homeless" because she thinks it would be a "waste of money" to splash out on a property when she spends most of her time on tour.
"I'm a gypsy, you know. I can't plan my life out like that so much. Then I think well, gosh what a waste of money to buy a place and I'm on the road. Even though it might not seem like a big deal because I'm a pop singer or whatever it still hurts to hand over that much. It's a lot of money."
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