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While the 91st Academy Awards created history for in several categories, international pop star Lady Gaga who made her acting debut with A Star Is Born too has become the first person to win an Oscar, a Grammy, a BAFTA and a Golden Globe in the same year. Although we are already impressed by her performance with Bradley Cooper at the Oscars, this has surely come as good news for Gaga fans.
Having taken a brief hiatus from music earlier, Lady Gaga transpired as a bigger icon recently Bradley’s directorial debut. According to metro.co.uk, the singer has also the second person to score plaudits after Audry Hepburn to win these titles across her career. Lady Gaga took home an Oscar last night for Best Original Song for her film A Star Is Born.
Gaga strutted down the red carpet in a beautiful black off-shoulder gown with similarities to Audrey Hepburn’s Breakfast At Tiffany’s look. She was even nominated for Best Actress, however, the title went to Olivia Colman for her role in The Favourite. Recently, a fan shared a tweet how when she in University, a Facebook group was made that was named “Stefani Germanotta, you’ll never be famous”. Stefani Germanotta happens to be Gaga’s off-stage name.
Earlier, in various interviews the 32-year-old shared how she was bullied and slut-shamed in high school that helped her take the role in A Star Is Born. In fact, she shared how she was labeled as a ‘dyke’, ‘slut’ and many other horrible names at a young age which a growing mind should never have to learn.
In 2011, she exclusive talked about bullying in an interview with Google. “Bullying really stays with you your whole life. And it really, really never goes away. And I know you’re using words like ‘superstar’ and ‘most-Googled’ and ‘billions of YouTube [views].’ But I was never the winner. I was always the loser. And that still stays with me. And do I want to stick it to anybody? No. I just wanna make music,” she said.