Lady Gaga’s Golden Globes Dress Was A Beautiful Tribute To Judy Garland


Just last night, Lady Gaga walked the red carpet at the 2019 Golden Globes in a beautiful, pale blue strapless dress with a light pale blue shawl that seemed to pay homage to one of the original A Star is Born actresses, the late Judy Garland. The 2018 remake of A Star is Born, starring Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper, and Sam Elliott took home the award for Best Original Song for “Shallow”, composed by Gaga, Cooper, and other miscellaneous writers.

Judy Garland starred in the 1954 version of the film, which succeeded the 1937 version. Garland received a Golden Globe in 1955 for Best Actress in the same film, another category which Gaga was nominated for but did not win. However, the talk of today is between the dress comparison! View the dresses below.


It is not confirmed whether Gaga did this purposely or not, but all we know is she looks absolutely stunning while “accidentally” paying tribute to the late actress.

Since absolutely killing her role in the 2018 A Star is Born, Gaga has been the name in every director’s mouth for movie remakes. Mary Poppins Returns director Rob Marshall told interviewers last night on the red carpet that he would want to cast Gaga in a Funny Girl 2 film, which originally starred the legendary Barbra Streisand.


Another notable moment of the evening is when Gaga accepted the award for Best Original Song for a Motion Picture. In her speech, she thanked the producers and all of the people who helped make her dreams possible. She went on to detail her personal career struggles, saying, “as a woman in music it is really hard to be taken seriously.”

With this being said, she thanked director and co-star, Cooper, for teaching her new skills and talents to help her evolve as an artist and creator in an interview last night with E! News.

“I discovered something in working on this film—it’s something called alchemy… It’s like that you essentially are creating a character but you’re really becoming the character…You know your lines, but you really just know what you’re saying when you go on set, you throw it out the window. Bradley Cooper really taught me that.”
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While the 2018 remake of the film only scored one win, the film was also nominated for Best Motion Picture – Drama, Best Director, Best Actor, and Best Actress (as previously mentioned). The film will be gearing up for the Grammy Awards on February 10th, 2019, which has been nominated for 4 awards for the same song, “Shallow”.

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Check out the full press room speech with Lady Gaga below:

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