Lady Gaga Marks 1st Anniversary of 'A Star Is Born' Film with Photo of Her New Pink Hairdo
Lady Gaga stunned in a daring new pink hairdo and matching dress as her iconic film “A Star is Born” turned one on Saturday. It was also a celebration of her hit song “Shallow” going platinum.
It’s been a year since “A Star is Born” made fans addicted to Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga’s on-screen chemistry, and the singer didn’t fail to celebrate it in style.
The Grammy-Award winning singer took to Instagram yesterday to mark the first anniversary of her iconic movie, and the big success of the movie’s lead song, “Shallow.”
As reported by the Daily Mail, the 33-year-old singer and actress shared a jaw-dropping of herself debuting a daring pink hairstyle as she proudly showcased the six-time platinum plaque.
It was indeed a pink affair as Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Angelina, donned a matching strapless pink and black mini-gown. She paired the outfit with shiny thigh-high boots and had her makeup done by Haus Labs.
The sensational photo was captioned:
“A year ago, A Star was Born, and here we are 6 times pink platinum.”
The large plaque Gaga held showed that “Shallow” had sold six million albums worldwide and in the background was a display of seven of her nine Grammy awards.
The soundtrack of the film hit a double-platinum status in the US a few months ago.
According to Variety, the soundtrack for “A Star is Born” had the most significant combined sales and streaming week for a soundtrack since the release of “Fifty Shades of Grey” in 2015.
The album’s lead single “Shallow” topped the charts and had quite the recognition in the last award season. It received an Oscar and a Golden Globe award for the best original song, the BAFTA award for the best film music, and the Critics’ Choice Movie Award for the best song.
The single was also nominated for four Grammys but won two of them, one for the best pop duo/group performance and one best song written for visual media.
Lady Gaga wrote the award-winning song alongside Andrew Wyatt, Anthony Rossomando, and Mark Ronson.
According to reports, the movie remake opened with $42.9 million. The film went on to earn $215.2 million domestic and $434.8 million worldwide, from just a $36 million budget.
While the movie earned a lot of accolades, it had quite a negative effect on Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk’s relationship.
In June, a source told PEOPLE the rumors of a possible romance between Gaga and Cooper aggravated the split between the actor and his ex, Irina Shayk. The insider said:
“The rumors about Bradley and Gaga having a love affair didn’t help, especially with his constant travels promoting the film.”
Bradley and Irina split in June after four years together.