The Golden Globes didn't go quite as we expected for Lady Gaga and the cast and crew of A Star Is Born—they lost the majority of the awards they were nominated for—but Gaga still has a new trophy to add to her collection. She nabbed the award for Best Original Song for "Shallow," making her a two-time Golden Globe winner (she previously won for her role on American Horror Story). And in true Gaga fashion she didn't spend the night mourning her loss of Best Actress, Drama to Glenn Close—instead, she partied with her fiancé, Christian Carino.
Lady Gaga, her amazing Valentino dress that was an homage to Judy Garland, and Carino painted the town red. First they stopped by the Warner Brothers party, then InStyle's Golden Globes after party, where they shared a kiss for the camera.
But the real celebration for her win was far away from the glamorous parties and celebrities. Gaga finished her epic night with a bowl of Fruity Pebbles in bed with Carino, who she first confirmed her engagement to back in October. Lucky for us, Carino snapped a pic of it for the 'gram. Carino chose a black and white filter for the snap of Gaga clutching her trophy, under the covers, out of her dress, and cuddled up next to the box of cereal (in case she needed a refill, of course). He captioned the intimate shot with, "what a rager," and added a red emoji heart for good measure.
In the midst of the festivities, Gaga also took to Twitter to thank her collaborators on "Shallow" and to congratulate Glenn Close on her win. She tweeted, "I am so beyond grateful for this Golden Globe & honored to have won it w/ @MarkRonson @Wyattish , Anthony Rossomando and to have sang it with Bradley Cooper. I also could not be happier for Glenn Close winning tonight. She is a true legend and deserves every award. Thank you HFPA."
This is far from the last we'll see of Gaga during the awards seasons. Next week she'll appear at the Critics' Choice Awards, where she's nominated for Best Actress and A Star Is Born is up for six other noms.
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Published at Mon, 07 Jan 2019 16:36:17 +0000