How Lady Gaga Made History at The 2019 Oscars

Lady Gaga has made history after becoming the first person to have won an OscarGrammyBAFTA and Golden Globe within a single year.

Last night, the singer-turned-actress took home the coveted golden statue for Best Original Song for ‘Shallow’, from hit film A Star is Born.

In her acceptance speech, the 32-year-old thanked co-star and director Bradley Cooper for “believing in us”.

“There is not a single person on the planet that could sing this song but you,” she added.

Then, in a move which pleased die-hard fans across the globe, Lady Gaga joined Cooper in a memorable live rendition of the award-winning song on stage.

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To a roar of applause, the duo took to the stage hand-in-hand with Cooper singing from a stool throughout the performance before later joining Gaga at the piano for a more intimate moment.

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The moment not only received a standing ovation from the star-studded room but also delighted Twitter fans who promptly took to the platform to praise the performance:



It’s not the first time the acting duo have performed the award-winning single, as Cooper made a surprise appearance at one of the singer’s Las Vegas dates last month (January 26).

Lady Gaga wore a Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen dress accessorised with retro gloves and a £22.9 million Tiffany & Co necklace, Getty Images


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For last night’s ceremony, Lady Gaga wore a custom-made Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen dress and accessorised with a £23 million Tiffany & Co necklace, last worn by Audrey Hepburn during the Breakfast At Tiffany’s press tour in 1961.