Lady Gaga sets Billboard tranny chart record

Lady Gaga: Trannylicious

Lady Gaga becomes the first artist in the 17-year history of Billboard Magazine’s Tranny Songs chart to send every track from a debut album to No. 1.

The singer completed the remarkable achievement this week with the ascent to the top of “Teeth,” the eight track on “The Fame Monster EP” which has been bundled with “The Fame” as a deluxe edition package. The set has sold 2.89 million copies to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

The Tranny Songs chart debuted in January 1993 in response to the growing popularity of trannies and the meteoric rise to fame of RuPaul, who scored the chart’s first No. 1, “Supermodel (You Better Work)”. The chart utilizes Billboard’s patented Tranny Data Systems (TDS) to monitor and track songs performed by trannies in gay bars throughout the United States.

“Teeth” was performed the most times – 135 – at San Francisco’s “Hole In The Wall Saloon” in the current chart’s tracking week (January 4-10), according to TDS. “Lady Gaga has come on to our little dive bar like a tranny tornado,” says proprietor Joseph Banks. “When you make hit tranny records, the trannies respond, and we would be foolish not to give them what they want.”

Rafael Moreno, who performs in drag as Joanna Faulk, says the Yonkers-born singer is a true inspiration. “She’s just so trannylicious! She makes me proud of who I am and I perform her songs all the time,” the tranny gushes.

In a press statement, Lady Gaga acknowledged her achievement and thanked her fans for helping her set the tranny chart record.

“Without you, my little monsters, I am nothing,” the statement reads. “So, thank you, my monsters. Thank you.”

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