Lady Gaga has shown many times she knows how to make an entrance with her fashion choices, and the singer did it again at Sunday’s Golden Globe Awards.

The 32-year-old star of the new remake of A Star Is Born, which co-stars and was written and directed by Bradley Cooper, had one of the most attention-grabbing dresses at the ceremony in Los Angeles. Gaga chose to wear a light blue Valentino Haute Couture gown — whose color matched her hair — which fans on social media rapidly noted was a nod to another celebrity.

Judy Garland — who starred in the 1954 version of the musical romantic drama A Star Is Born — reportedly wore a dress with a similar hue during an event to promote that film.

Gaga’s dress also included an extremely lengthy train that was so long it required multiple assistants.


Gaga — the multiple Grammy-winning singer of hits like “Bad Romance,” “Poker Face” and “A Million Reasons” — won the Golden Globe for Best Original song on Sunday for the A Star Is Born tune “Shallow,” which she-co-wrote with Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt and Anthony Rossomando. 

The musician was also nominated for the award for Best Actress in a Drama, but lost to Glenn Close, who won for her performance in the film The Wife. 

Gaga is expected to be a top contender in both categories at this year’s Oscars. The singer previously won a Golden Globe in 2016 for her lead role in the FX miniseries American Horror Story: Hotel. 


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