A star was born and pretty much collected all the awards this season, including an Oscar.
Lady Gaga took home the much-deserved award for The Best Song last night and showed off the golden statue at the Vanity Fair Oscars Party. The 32-year-old singer and actress was overjoyed as she entered the Beverly Hills venue Wallis Annenberg Centre for the Performing Arts, where she sunk to the red carpet while holding her award above.
Entering the star-studded after-party on Sunday, Mother Monster adopted a not-so-common red carpet pose, clearly showing off her coveted golden statue which went to her along with co-writers Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando, and Andrew Wyatt.
She was looking picture-perfect in a stunning, black Alexander McQueen gown which she complemented with a $30million, 128.54 carat Tiffany diamond necklace which has been worn only twice before, including Audrey Hepburn during her promotional shots for “Breakfast At Tiffany’s”.
“Shallow” winning the best original song award was no surprise at all, however, Lady Gaga’s first-ever Oscar-win reaction itself deserved an award. During her acceptance speech, Gaga spoke through tears as she thanked Bradley Cooper, her singing partner, as well as the writer and the director of “A Star Is Born”.
Watch the video below.
A very special moment that night was Cooper and Gaga’s ‘Shallow” performance which did not disappoint the fans. Actually, it has everyone talking. But it’s their offscreen support of each other that makes their onscreen chemistry so obvious.
And after their performance, it was Cooper’s girlfriend, supermodel Irina Shayk that led a standing ovation as they walked off the stage because that’s what a supportive partner does.