- Met her husband on set of film, Off and Running (1991).
- Toured in 1997 with Tina Turner, and 1999 with Cher.
- Sang in dance cover bands in the 70s, until she lost her voice in 1977, doctors told her she'd never sing again.
- Her mother has appeared in several of her videos.
- Son, with Thornton, Declyan Wallace Thornton Lauper, named after singer, Elvis Costello, whose real name is Declan Patrick MacManus. [19 November 1997]
- In 1984 awarded a Grammy for Best New Artist.
- Little Richard married Cyndi and David.
- Patti Labelle is her son's godmother and sang "Come What May" at her wedding.
- Son is bilingual (English and Spanish).
- Her voice range is four octaves.
- Born at 11 PM EST
- Is a huge Marlene Dietrich fan.
- Her first band, Blue Angel, was named after the film "Blue Engel (Angel)"
- At the beginning of her video for "Time after Time", she is watching the film The Garden of Allah (1936)
- She appeared in the music video and sang in the choir on the song "We Are The World".
- Her parents are Fred and Catrine, her siblings are Elen and Fred. Sister Elen Lauper ran for the mayorship of Phoenix, and is a member of the Socialist Workers Party, a radical-leftist political group.
- Lives in famous Manhattan apartment house on West Side called the Apthorp.
- She is of Italian and Swiss origin.
- Measurements: 34B-24-34 1/2 (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)
- Ranked #58 on VH1's 100 Greatest Women of Rock N Roll
- She has a beach house in South Carolina.
- Known for her outrageous antics, perhaps her wildest yet was appearing at a 1997 Halloween ball to raise money for AMFAR dressed as a belly dancer - when she was nine months pregnant. She drolly vogued it up for the tabloid paparazzi, who eagerly snapped hundreds of photos of her.
- Attended the same High school as Rodney Dangerfield and N.Y. Yankee shortstop Phil Rizzuto. Richmond Hill, Queens.
- Helped produce "Captain Lou's History of Music" on The Wrestling Album in 1985 under the name Mona Flambay. Jesse "The Body" Ventura then referred to her as Mona Flamboyant.
- Is good friends with WWF wrestler Lou Albano
- Honored by PFLAGG for her support of Gay families after appearing with her Lesbian sister in a PFLAGG sponsored campaign. 
- Appears as "Mona Flambe" on the WWF's "The Wrestling Album" in 1986.
- Her most successful songs are "Girls Just Want To Have Fun" (1983, #2 US and UK), "Time After Time" (1984, #1 US, #2 UK), "She Bop" (1984, #3 US), "All Through The Night" (1984, #6 US), "True Colors" (1986, #1 US), "Change of Heart2 (1986, #3 US) and "I Drove All Night" (1989, #6 US, #7 UK).
- On "Press Your Luck" (1983), there was a Whammy based on her.
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