With five Grammy award nominations, a spot on Time’s 100 most influential people of the year list, and eight MTV Video Music Awards in the past 12 months, Lady Gaga had a wildly successful 2010. One more accolade that the “Fame Monster” can add to her resume is an undisputed spot atop the 2010 print throne. According to WWD, an Audit Bureau of Circulations report reveals that Gaga-centric issues sold better than any other celeb and the trend is not expected to slow down in 2011.
Lady Gaga’s July 8 Rolling Stone double issue sold 245,000 copies, nearly three times above the title’s January-September 2010 average.
Gaga’s April 2010 Cosmopolitan was a major hit as well, selling 1.7 million copies and making its mark as the magazine’s leading issue through October.
Lady Gaga was responsible for the year’s second most successful issue of Vanity Fair as her September cover sold 450,000 copies and trailed only Angelina Jolie’s cover.
She also opened 2010 with a bang by appearing in the January issue of Elle, one which held up as their third highest seller through October.
Lady Gaga is expected to appear on the cover of Vogue’s March issue and is certainly the most sought after interview in the new year.