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Golden Globes 2019: Lady Gaga’s blue Valentino gown certainly owned the red carpet

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 07 January 2019, 11:51 AM
Lady Gaga owned the Golden Globes in a blue Valentino dress (Photo: Twitter)
Lady Gaga owned the Golden Globes in a blue Valentino dress (Photo: Twitter)

Lady Gaga is no stranger to eccentric fashion choices when it comes to award shows. From meat dress to custom Versace, her style has always been boundary-breaking. Hence, one can only expect the ‘unexpected’ from the A Star is Born actor at the Golden Globes, 2019 and she certainly did so when she jostled everyone with her breath-taking, blue Valentino gown. Strutting the 2019 Golden Globes like the star she already is, Gaga wore a wore a strapless custom sky-blue Valentino gown with $5 million of Tiffany diamonds dangling from her neck, and capped it with a very Gaga touch: matching sky-blue hair.

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Surprisingly her blue gown with the long train was reminiscent of Judy Garland’s gown in 1954, A Star is Born. 

Check out her Lady Gaga’s gorgeous, Valentino gown here:

On Golden Globes 2019 that sparkled with actors like a disco ball in their sequined and beaded body-skimming dresses, Gaga’s stood out and took up space- look living up for the movie, A Star is Born with Bradley Cooper which was nominated for best picture in the drama category also a nomination for best actress in the same category.

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A Star Is Born director and lead actor Bradley Cooper who came with supermodel partner, Irina Shayk as his date dazzled in a white tuxedo and a black bow-tie and matching laced-black shoes, looking charmingly handsome. While Irina Shayk wore a golden-spaghetti, thigh high-slit dress with strappy stilettos.

Christian Bale took home his first Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy Golden Globe award for his performance as Dick Cheney in Vice and thanked "Satan" for inspiring him to play the role of the former US vice president. While Sandra Oh scripted history at the Golden Globes 2019 as she became the first Asian woman to host the prime award show and win a trophy.

First Published: Monday, January 07, 2019 11:20 AM
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