Earlier this month, Gaga was hospitalized and forced to cancel a performance in Brazil due to chronic pain caused by fibromyalgia. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the artist is currently taking a break from music in order to "slow down for a moment, for some healing." The singer opened up about her health struggles in "Gaga: Five Foot Two," which is now streaming on Netflix.
Like Gaga's 2016 album, "Joanne," the Upper West Side eatery is named after her late aunt, Joanne Germanotta.
... but, in 2012, she did open a restaurant with her father — Joanne Trattoria. The New York City spot specializes in cuisine from the south of Italy. Gaga can sometimes be seen hanging out at the restaurant.
It's unclear if Gaga still splits her money with her dad...
In 2011, the New York Post reported the artist gives 50% of her earnings to her dad, Joe Germanotta, through their LLCs, Team Love Child and Mermaid Music.
To decorate the sprawling grounds of her Malibu home, Gaga shelled out $60,000 for 27 Koi fish imported from Japan.
In 2014, she bought a $23 million Malibu mansion, complete with a bowling alley, a massive wine cellar, and a beautiful view of the Pacific. She also dropped $5.25 million on Frank Zappa's former Hollywood Hills abode in 2016.
Still, she spent $133,075 successfully bidding on an Alexander McQueen gown for a 2012 charity auction. Gaga was a friend of the late designer.
Like most celebs, Gaga likely doesn't spend an insane amount on her red carpet wardrobe, which has included memorable avant garde looks over the years. Quid pro quo arrangements between stars and designers are predominant in Hollywood.
"I remember I called everybody and said, 'Why is everyone saying I have no money? This is ridiculous, I have five No. 1 singles,'" she told the Financial Times. The culprit of her money woes turned out to be the tour's multitude of lavish costumes.
But, in Gaga's case, fortune didn't immediately follow fame. Despite her success, she found herself $3 million in debt after her Monster Ball tour, which ran from 2009 to 2011.
Since bursting onto the scene with her 2008 debut album "The Fame," Gaga has acquired a net worth of around $275 million.