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Lady Gaga’s Top 10 Billboard Hot 100 Hits

We're center-piecing Lady Gaga's top 10 Billboard Hot 100 hits.

Lady Gaga arrived on the pop circuit in 2008 with her breakout hit “Just Dance.” Since then, she’s proved that she more than belongs within the lineage of female pop idols with such smash singles as “Poker Face,” “Bad Romance” and “Born This Way.”

More than a decade into the game, Gaga still churns out chart-topping releases. In 2019, she soared to No. 1 alongside Bradley Cooper on the Academy Award-winning duet “Shallow,” while 2021’s high-profile pairing with Ariana Grande for “Rain on Me” not only reached No. 1, but debuted in the top slot. In addition to her five No. 1s, Gaga also boasts a further dozen top 10s on the Hot 100.

Let’s celebrate Mother Monster’s most massive Hot 100 hits so far, below.

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Lady Gaga’s Top 10 Billboard Hot 100 hits chart is based on actual performance on the weekly Billboard Hot 100, through March 28, 2021 (her birthday!) are ranked based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No. 1 earning the greatest value and weeks at No. 100 earning the least. Due to changes in chart methodology over the years, certain eras are weighted to account for different chart turnover rates over various periods.

10, “LoveGame”

Peak chart date: June 27, 2009
Peak position: No. 5

9, “Telephone,” feat. Beyoncé

Peak chart date: April 3, 2010
Peak position: No. 3

8, “Shallow,” with Bradley Cooper

Peak chart date: March 9, 2019
Peak position: No. 1, one week

7, “Paparazzi” 

Peak chart date: Oct. 17, 2009
Peak position: No. 6

6, “Applause” 

Peak chart date: Sept. 7, 2013
Peak position: No. 4

5, “The Edge of Glory”

Peak chart date: May 28, 2011
Peak position: No. 3

4, “Born This Way”

Peak chart date: Feb. 26, 2011
Peak position: No. 1, six weeks

3, “Bad Romance”

Peak chart date: Dec. 5, 2009
Peak position: No. 2

2, “Poker Face”

Peak chart date: April 11, 2009
Peak position: No. 1, one week

1, “Just Dance,” feat. Colby O’Donis

Peak chart date: Jan. 17, 2009
Peak position: No. 1, three weeks