Lady Gaga Dons Black Strapless Dress at NY Film Critics Circle Awards – Hollywood Life


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Lady Gaga35, brought old Hollywood glamor to the Big Apple on Wednesday, March 16, when she graced the NY Film Critics Circle Awards in a stunning black dress Jason Wu pattern. The House of Gucci The star was the center of attention as she walked the red carpet at Manhattan’s Tao Downtown wearing a strapless silk taffeta dress with an elegant ruffled skirt, curved strapless top and low-cut hemline.

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Lady Gaga stunned in a black Jason Wu gown at the NY Film Critics Circle Awards. (Evan Agostini/Invision/AP/Shutterstock)

Elevating her diminutive 5’2″ frame, the Chromatic the singer donned a pair of pointed silk Mary-Jane platform heels by Amina Mouaddi. A diamond tennis bracelet and marquise-cut diamond cluster earrings from Tiffany & Co. offered another touch of luxury.

Gaga continued the look by twisting her platinum blonde locks into a chic bun, courtesy of the stylist Frederic Aspiras. Her dazzling glamour, which consisted of champagne eyeshadow and clean, arched brows, was provided by longtime makeup artists. Sarah Tanno.

It was a big night for the beauty, who won Best Actress at the awards show. (Notably, she failed to earn an Oscar nomination for her high-profile role as Patrizia Reggiani in Gucci House. Director Guillermo del Toro appeared virtually to pay Gaga her honor, calling her “an actress (who) brought commitment, emotion and truth to its performance”, by United States today.

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She received the Best Actress award at the event. (GHOST/Shutterstock)

During her thanks, she “recognized all the women in my family, because it was through them that I was able to create the heart and soul of this character, the one she deserved”. “These women taught me to have big feelings in a man’s world and that having big feelings is beautiful,” Gaga told the audience. “And having big feelings too, for a lot of people people think that’s really ugly.”

She linked emotions to her heritage, saying, “And they think women with big feelings are ugly. But it’s not ugly. It’s just real. And for me, it’s Italian. She continued, “This is who we are. We are hard work and big feelings. And also meatballs,” she said to laughter from the crowd. “Or actually in Italy, like meatballs aren’t a real thing. It would be ragu.


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