In the week that 'Born To Die' hits Number One in the Album Charts, we look back at the short but eventful career of Lizzy Grant.
Lana contemplates her next re-invention "Lenny Da Laughs" - middle aged Northern comic who's got a terrible mother in law.
In her early demos Lana used to accompany herself with the 'whoosh' of a tap turned on full pelt.
Lana's gigs involves a 20 minute interval where she stares impassively into the middle distance without moving an inch.
Lana was unaware of the internet haterz because she believes that the year is 1957 and computers hadn't been invented then.
Lana stands outside a house which epitomises 'old Hollywood glamour'. Little does the public know, this photo was taken in Croydon, just spitting distance from the High Street branches of 'Boots' and M&S.
LDR's infamous Saturday Night Live performance featured the singer doing an impressive impression of a 100 year old Oak Tree standing stock still in a forest.
LDR's head-dress featured a combination of roses, chrysanthemums and fish scales.
"Don't touch me, you worm." Lana gets touchy and feely with her fans.
"Lolita got lost in the woods" or "Xanax Barbie has a nervous breakdown at the garden centre"?
"This is Brandy's old weave, fools!" LDR charms her crowd with her between song banter
Lana's early work included catalogue modelling for Bedworld.
Bathed in a spotlight, fans couldn't see LDR's massive under-arm sweat patches.
"Bloody hell. I've left that curling iron on again..."
The rise of Lana Del Rey [infographic]