- Giorno's hair used to be black. However, when his stand powers awakened, his hair became gold.
- Since Giorno is Dio's son, his battle cry is also "Muda Muda Muda Muda...Muda!". Giorno also pulls off a "WRYYYYYY!" during his fight with Cioccolata.
- Giorno is Italian for "day". Giovana is Italian for John in female uses.
- Giorno has the odd ability to stuff his entire ear into his ear canal.
- A common aspect of Giorno is wearing ladybug-themed jewelry, and his Stand also hosts ladybug insignias. As ladybugs symbolically represent good luck, and is considered bad luck to kill one, this can represent Gold Experience's powers of returning damage back to the attacker of its creations.
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