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Lady Gaga brings the price for best movie song

The American singer and actress Lady Gaga has won a Golden Globe for best film song. The Association of foreign press paid tribute to the on Monday night the Song "Shallow" from the musical drama "A Star Is Born".

The 32-Year-old shares the award with Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando, and Andrew Wyatt. Lady Gaga also has opportunities on a Globe as best actress. On the side, and under the direction of Bradley Cooper starred in "A Star Is Born", a young woman, whose singing is discovered talent of a Country Star.

A Globe trophy, the singer has, however, already in 2016, she was awarded for her role in the TV mini-series "American Horror Story: Hotel".

Lady Gaga, Nicole Kidman, Heidi Klum, Daniel Brühl and Bradley Cooper were among the many Stars on Sunday afternoon to the 76. The awarding of the prestigious film trophies strolled across the red carpet in front of the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.

It was a colourful picture of Lady Gaga in a light-blue Robe, Catherine Zeta-Jones in bright Green. In the previous year, most of the actors had avoided colorful robes. They wore instead of Black, as a Protest against sexual abuse and discrimination of women in times of #MeToo movement.

The Golden globes, to the Oscars, Hollywood's highest award, will be awarded by the foreign press Association (HFPA) in 25 movie and TV categories. (chk/sda)

Created: 07.01.2019, 03:37 PM

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