Lady Gaga attended the 91st Academy Awards on Sunday which took place at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. She was nominated for 2 awards, Best Actress and Best Original Song, while A Star is Born was nominated up for 8 awards, including Best Picture.
Before the show began, Lady Gaga turned heads while arriving on the red carpet wearing an Alexander McQueen gown and the iconic Tiffany & Co. Yellow Diamond, worth a reported $50 Million. The necklace has only been worn three times in history, the last in 1961 by Audrey Hepburn while promoting the film Breakfast at Tiffany's.
During the ceremony, Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper performed their hit single Shallow for the first time on television.
Shortly after came the Best Original Song category, where Gaga won her first ever Academy Award for "Shallow". She was joined onstage by fellow songwriters Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando and Andrew Wyatt to collect accept the honor, bursting into tears and delivering an emotional speech. Following the win, the four of them went backstage to celebrate, posing for photos.
Throughout the ceremony, Gaga also mingled with various other stars, such as Irina Shayk, Diane Warren and Rami Malek.
Olivia Colman, who took home the prize for Best Actress, finished her speech with a shoutout to Gaga, who responded by blowing kisses.
After the ceremony Lady Gaga headed to the annual Vanity Fair after party where she took new gorgeous pictures on the red carpet.
Without any expectation Lady Gaga also went to Madonna's Oscar After party, where the two took an epic picture together.
“Don’t mess with Italian girls 🖤” - Madonna pic.twitter.com/p50ncLDjMD— Lady Gaga Now 👾 (@LadyGagaNowNet) February 25, 2019
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Lady Gaga’s acceptance speech for Best Original Song: “It’s not about winning, but what it’s about is not giving up. If you have a dream, fight for it.” pic.twitter.com/z9PPVYQIBr— Lady Gaga Now 👾 (@LadyGagaNowNet) February 25, 2019
This wasn’t a dream. Lady Gaga is an Academy winner pic.twitter.com/Cke7rISmdy— Lady Gaga Now 👾 (@LadyGagaNowNet) February 25, 2019
Official portrait of Lady Gaga with her Academy Award. pic.twitter.com/iChtdhKDso— Lady Gaga Now 👾 (@LadyGagaNowNet) February 25, 2019