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BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - Lady Gaga didn't just win the award for best original song at Sunday night's Golden Globes; she appears to have won the red carpet, as well.
The actress and singer, who scored a best actress nomination for her role in the remake of "A Star Is Born," turned heads in a blue Valentino gown that mirrored one of Judy Garland's looks from the 1954 movie.
But Gaga told "Entertainment Tonight" that the nod to Garland was accidental.
"It looks an awful lot like that, doesn't it?" she said while comparing the two dresses. "She looks beautiful. This is Valentino Couture custom creation for me. That's special, except I'm missing the gloves. Thank you for showing me that. It made my night."
Later that evening, Gaga's ballad "Shallow," which she wrote with Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando and Andrew Wyatt, won the Golden Globe for best original song. But she lost out to "The Wife" star Glenn Close in the best actress category, much to fans' dismay.
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper got robbed.#GoldenGlobes— Produkt (@ProduKtJRG) January 7, 2019
I did not just waste two hours of my life to watch Lady Gaga get snubbed oh my GOD. pic.twitter.com/HSUS5Joic4— Josh (@MinickJosh) January 7, 2019
Gaga, however, took to Twitter to praise Close, calling her a "true legend" who "deserves every award."
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 pic.twitter.com/Dpw2QNmFD3— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) January 7, 2019