Lady Gaga rocks cleavage-baring white dress, flaunting her legs through a racy thigh-high split

Cheryl Kahla
Jan 30, 2019
01:15 P.M.
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The 32-year-old actor and musician, Lady Gaga, stole the show at the 2019 SAG Awards ceremony over the weekend. 


Gaga chose an elegant white Christian Dior gown with a thigh-high split, from the Spring 2019 couture line, and matched the outfit with white high heels. 

Her platinum tresses were slicked back, and she completed the look with iridescent gold make, two gold bangles, and burgundy nails. 


Her makeup look was courtesy of Marc Jacobs Beauty Global Artistry Ambassador Sarah Tanno, who transformed Gaga into a '50s Hollywood icon. 

She posed for photographers when she arrived at the prestigious event. The video clip was shared on SAG's official Instagram account, with the caption: 

"Tell me something girl, ain't it hard lookin' that good? [Sag Awards hashtag]"


She flashed a smile in the crowd's general direction, and a photographer could be heard saying from behind his camera: "Gaga, you look gorgeous."

Gaga made her SAG debut on Sunday and was nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role for her part in "A Star Is Born."


The film was directed by her co-star, Bradley Cooper, and was based on the original 1937 film of the same name. The current film is the 4th version of the popular story. 

Cooper also attended the SAG Awards, with none other than his mother by his side. His girlfriend, Irina Shayk, was on a work trip at the time.

Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, chose "Gaga" as her stage name when friends started calling her by the moniker. 


She liked the nickname because it reminded her of Queen's popular song, "Radio Ga Ga." She explained that it "accurately depicted both sides of me." 

You might know her from "A Star Is Born," however, she landed her first role in "The Sopranos" at the tender age of fifteen. She also had a brief cameo on "The Hills."

Back in 2016, she also portrayed the role of The Countess Scáthach in the fourth season of "American Horror Story."

She is currently working on an untitled documentary about her life and career. The documentary will be directed by Terry Richardson and also stars Marina Abramovic.