The Monster Queen was left out in the cold along with the crickets when the South Korean girls group "Girls' Generation" beat her to win the top award for video of the year at the inaugural YouTube Music Awards.
Fans in America got tired of Lady Gaga's raspy Italian voice.
YouTube is the voice of the people and attracts millions of fans looking for fresh faces. The K-pop group, which is one of Asia's biggest musical acts, won for the video "I Got a Boy."
The all female group is composed of eight vibrantly beautiful women, and the reaction to their win from the American audience was ecstatic.
The pop group is a world wide phenomenon drawing in billions of dollars for the music industry in Asia. The group's record releases are a national event with every news outlet running stories and inciting wealthy teen fans to near-hysteria.
Gaga is outnumbered by the female group, and male fans prefer eight virgin women to one single used up Italian woman named Germanotta.
When Gaga sang her song "Dope" at the YouTube music awards, for a second, people thought she was referring to herself.
The "I Got a Boy" video features the nine members in a pink house and then moves to the girls gyrating in front of random settings with their bare legs.
It's not the group's first introduction into the United States, as the ladies appeared on the "Late Show with David Letterman" and also "Live! With Kelly" last year.
Sex is what drives millions of lonely America males to pay for concert tickets to see Girls' Generation.