Lady Gaga baffles herself in a black dress with a thigh-high slit at the National Board of Review Awards
Lady Gaga celebrated an A Star Is Born victory for Best Actress at the National Board of Review Awards in New York City on Tuesday.
Bradley Cooper, the director and star of the remake, and lead actress Lady Gaga, 32, attended the awards gala at Cipriani 42nd Street after breaking the Golden Globe Awards.
The singer exudes old-school Hollywood glamor in a long sleeveless black dress with a deep neck and a high thigh split and celebrates Bradley, 44, and wins the best director for the film.
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Hollywood star: Lady Gaga celebrated a prize for A Star Is Born for best actress at the National Board of Review Awards in New York City on Tuesday
The singer Born This Way completed her outfit with black heels and accessorized by wearing black and gold feathers.
Lady Gaga, born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, was back to blond after the blue hair on Sunday for the Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California.
She was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for best actress in a drama, but the award went to Glenn Close, 71, for her work in The Wife.
Tropics: the singer exudes old-school Hollywood glamor in a long sleeveless black dress with a deep neck and a high thigh split
Save a pose: the singer put a lot of leg on the red carpet
Hollywood glamor: the resident of New York City thundered old-school Hollywood glamor
Blonde beauty: the singer-actress was back to blonde after the blue hair on Sunday at the Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California
Highest honor: Lady Gaga won the best actress for her portrait of Ally Campana in the remake
Photo call: the actress was at the center of the carpet
Best Director: Bradley Cooper attended the National Board of Review Awards in New York City on Tuesday after winning Best Director for A Star Is Born
Recognition: Gaga looked overwhelmed when she received the prize for best actress and Bradley got up to congratulate her
Special moment: the couple shared a tender hug before she went to the stage to hold her speech
Over the moon: Gaga pointed to Bradley in the audience when she accepted her prize
Her big moment: the Born This Way hitmaker handed Stephen Colbert her huge feather boa before she expressed her acceptance
Gentlemanly: Stephen showed his chivalrous side when he helped Gaga off the stage
The native New York City celebrated her acting achievement at the National Board of Review gala with her mother Cynthia Germanotta.
The blondes sat side by side at a table and held hands with each other during the event.
The singer Poker Face was also spotted during the gala with Bradley and the legendary Hollywood director Steven Spielberg, 72.
The Jaws director gave Lady Gaga a congratulation when Bradley watched.
Family affair: Lady Gaga celebrated her victory with her mother Cynthia Germanotta
Have fun: the blondes enjoyed themselves at the prize gala at Cipriani 42nd Street
Hollywood legend: Steven Spielberg meets Bradley and Lady Gaga
Big hug: the legendary Hollywood director gave Lady Gaga a hug
Bradley looked nicely at the National Board of Review gala in a gray suit, a white shirt and a blue tie.
He won for Best Director after losing in the same category to Roma director Alfonso Cuarón, 57, at the Golden Globes.
Sam Elliott, 74, also won the National Board of Review Award for best male supporting role for his work in A Star Is Born.
Long dress: Lady Gaga wore a long black dress with a train
Great achievement: the American star proudly posed with its prize on the red carpet
Dapper's actor: Bradley looked bravely in a gray suit
Highest honor: a star was born with the leading role and directed by Bradley was mentioned in the Top 10 films
Award winner: Sam Elliott was present after winning for best male supporting role for his work in A Star Is Born
Lady Gaga won a Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song for Shallow from A Star Is Born on Sunday.
Olivia Wilde, 34, attended the NYC gala in a beautiful dress with a blue floral print and red flowers.
Maggie Gyllenhaal, 41, blinded in a long dress and was accompanied by the husband Peter Sarsgaard, 47.
Nice table: Gemma Chan, Awkwafina, Constance Wu, Lady Gaga and Michelle Yeoh have taken the gala
Leading lady: after the ceremony Gaga looked every inch to the Hollywood star while strutted from Cipriani 42nd Street
She made her departure: Gaga grabbed her award firmly as she hurried to her car and driver in the rain
Well received: the singer and Bradley have received critical acclaim for their poignant portrait in A Star Is Born
Floral printing: Olivia Wilde wore a dress with a blue floral print and red flowers
Busy star: the resident from New York City makes her feature debut in 2019 with Booksmart
Dramatic presence: Wilde later stepped on stage to present one of the honor of the evening
Gala: Maggie Gyllenhaal blinded herself in a long dress at the gala
Nice couple: Peter Sarsgaard accompanied his wife to the award ceremony
Green book star Linda Cardellini, 43, stunned in a sleeveless black dress with a bow at the front.
Her co-star Viggo Mortensen, 60, was also present and looked neat in a red suit after winning for Best Actor.
Green Book was named Best Film when the 90th National Board of Review Awards was announced in November 2018.
Best movie: Linda Cardellini who played in Green Book was also present
Black dress: The actress wore a long black dress with a bow at the front
Observation price: Viggo Mortensen, 60, was also present and looked brave in a red suit after winning for Best Actor
A Star Is Born was ranked among the Top 10 films by the New York City-based organization.
The award ceremony also drew Netflix star Uzo Aduba who wore a black dress with white vertical stripes.
Regina King, 47, sparkled in a long white dress with spaghetti straps after winning the prize for best female supporting role.
Flowing star: Uzo Aduba wore a black dress with vertical stripes
Acting honor: Regina King shone in a long white dress after winning for Best Male Supporter
Wow: King looked radiant during her performance on stage
Lady in black: Awkwafina wore a black dress with long sleeves to the gala
Red dress: Sophia Bush hissed in a long red dress
The resident of Los Angeles also won the best female supporting role at the Golden Globes for her work in If Beale Street Could Talk.
The award ceremony was also attended by Awkwafina, Sophia Bush and Elsie Fisher.
Elsie, 15, was accompanied by her eighth class director Bo Burnham, 28.
Tienertalent: Elsie Fisher, 15, wore a gray suit for the ceremony
Together again: Eighth class director Bo Burnham came to accompany Elsie at the gala
In the spotlight: the star of the eighth class had to honor the speaking on the stage
The President: National Board of Review President Annie Schulof joined Elsie and Bo on the carpet
Burnham won the prize for Best Directing Debut and Eight Grade was named as one of the Top 10 films.
Constand Wu, Gemma Chan and Richard Gere were also present at the awards gala.
The National Board of Review of Motion Pictures was founded in 1909 in New York City.
Sparkling dress: Constance Wu sparkled in a long red dress
Mellow yellow: Gemma Chan stood out in a bright yellow dress with floral print
Hollywood star: Richard Gere wore a long scarf when he arrived at the gala