Apparently, Mother Monster is no match when it comes to a certain media mogul.
Oprah Winfrey just landed on Forbes' 9th annual World's 100 Most Powerful Women, ranking higher than Lady Gaga as well as several other famous females we are continually obsessed with on a daily basis here.
But don't feel too bad for the "Marry the Night" singer. After all, while Miss O came in at No. 11, Gaga wasn't far behind at No. 14.
What's more, the songstress can take heart in knowing that no entertainment-related celebs actually cracked the top 10, which was dominated by the likes of Hillary Clinton (No. 2), Michelle Obama (No. 7) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who nabbed the top spot for the second year in a row.
In other words, both Gaga and Winfrey beat out such gals as Beyoncé (No. 32), Jennifer Lopez (No. 38), Ellen DeGeneres (No. 47), Angelina Jolie (No. 66), Sofía Vergara (No. 75), J.K. Rowling (No. 78) and Gisele Bündchen (No. 83).
It's also probably worth noting that Queen Elizabeth II shot up from her No. 49 position last year to No. 26.