The musician won after performing the song live with Bradley Cooper from the smash hit movie that warmed the hearts of every viewer watching.
She thanked many people, including director and co-star Cooper, in her emotional acceptance speech.
An #oscars winner is born. @LadyGaga thanks Bradley Cooper in her Best Original Song speech: “There is not a single person on the planet that could sing this song but you.” https://t.co/s33NYiYKqy pic.twitter.com/CMz3MOzbgR
— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) February 25, 2019
— Chicks in the Office (@ChicksInTheOff) February 25, 2019
Also, Gaga and Cooper had a super intimate performance of “Shallow” which you can watch below.
— Music News Facts (@musicfactnews) February 25, 2019
After the amazing performance, they were given two full standing ovations from the audience. We’re pretty sure everyone watching wouldn’t have been mad if they just came back and performed it again.
Something major just happened. After “Shallow” perf, @ladygaga & Bradley Cooper exited stage for commercial break. During break, they came back to their seats from stage then audience gave them another standing o. I’ve never seen that happen for any performers. Cue embrace#Oscars pic.twitter.com/k9wNh66tn1
— Chris Gardner (@chrissgardner) February 25, 2019
Lady Gaga is also nominated for Actress In A Leading Role for A Star Is Born. Her first Oscar nomination was in 2016 with “Til It Happens To You.” The song appeared in documentary The Hunting Ground and lost Best Original Song to Spectre’s “Writing’s on the Wall” by Sam Smith.
In addition, A Star Is Born is also nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards this year.
Now, you can see the full list of Oscars winners here.
What did you think of Lady Gaga’s performance with Bradley Cooper? Are you excited she won her first Oscar? Sound off in the comments!