Between the operatic chops Lady Gaga offered at this year's Academy Awards and her grittier, avant-garde Artpop, the Cheek to Cheek singer has proven to have a perennial appeal. For now, though, 2015 is most definitely her year.

Gaga, who's at work on her fifth studio album with RedOne, has earned the honor of Billboard's Woman of the Year, the company announced today (September 29). Billboard will present her with the title at this year's Women in Music awards, which named Taylor Swift queen in 2014 and also honored Aretha FranklinAriana GrandeIggy AzaleaJessie JCharli XCX and Idina Menzel.

"I can't believe @billboard named me Woman of the year thank you so much," Gaga gushed on Twitter after the announcement. "I am so so so so grateful. My gosh good morning!"

Lifetime will air the Women in Music event for the first time in its 10-year run, and network Executive Vice President Liz Gateley is happy to play host.

"Lady Gaga is an extraordinary artist, emblematic of the strength, courage and fortitude that Lifetime celebrates, and we are thrilled to offer our platform to recognize her in every way she deserves," Gateley said in a statement, according to the site.

Lifetime's deal will extend for a total of three years, during which two additional Billboard queens will be crowned. Billboard will announce additional 2015 honorees in the coming weeks.

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