As expected, Lady Gaga had a major sartorial moment at the Golden Globes on Sunday. Costumed in a strapless lilac Valentino gown (with matching hair, natch) and diamonds galore, the singer and actress gave us the modern princess moment we’d been hoping for.
The second she stepped on the carpet, social media began churning out comparisons to the ball gown Judy Garland wore in her 1954 version of A Star Is Born (the same film Gaga was nominated for that evening).
Sharing a similar hue and voluminous sleeves, the parallels are hard to deny.
That being said, Gaga insisted the likeness was unintentional. Shown a photo of Garland’s gown by Entertainment Tonight’s Nancy O’Dell on the red carpet, the multi-hyphenate appeared to have been caught off-guard. Enter: the Internet.
If you watch the full interview, Gaga is clearly pleasantly surprised by the turn of events, but the context-free reaction clip will forever make us LOL.
If Gaga doesn’t “accidentally” dress up like Barbra Streisand (another Star Is Born ingenue) at the Oscars, I will revolt.
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