Once upon a time, there was a young woman named Stefani who dreamed of becoming a famous singer and actress. She worked tirelessly on her craft, singing and dancing her heart out every day. One day, she found herself in a bit of a sticky situation. She had been booked to perform at a big concert, but she had lost her voice and couldn’t sing. Stefani was devastated. She didn’t know what to do. As she sat backstage, feeling hopeless, she noticed a group of young children playing a game. They were huddled around a crossword puzzle, trying to figure out the answers. Stefani was intrigued. One of the children handed her the crossword and pointed to a clue that read “Singer/actress Lady ___”. Stefani knew the answer instantly. It was “GAGA” – a nickname she had been given years ago by a close friend. Suddenly, something clicked in her mind. She realized that she could still perform – just in a different way. She put on a wild, outrageous costume and took to the stage, lip syncing to her own songs while dancing and acting with all the energy and passion she had. The crowd went wild. They had never seen anything like it before. From that day on, Stefani became known as Lady Gaga – a singer/actress who had the power to captivate audiences with her unique style and eccentric flair. And that, my friends, is the story of how Lady Gaga got her name – all thanks to a crossword clue and a little bit of creativity.