Lady Gaga is one step closer to achieving EGOT status (a collection that includes an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony), and her dear friend and collaborator Tony Bennett could not be any prouder. On Tuesday, the nominations were announced for the 91st Academy Awards on Feb. 24, and Gaga scored nods in the best actress and best original song categories for A Star Is Born. Following the announcement, Tony congratulated Gaga on Twitter with a heartfelt sentiment. "I always knew you could do anything at the highest level of artistry," he wrote. "Congratulations on your Oscar nominations!"
But that's not all! In addition to Gaga's nominations, the 32-year-old singer made history as the first to ever be nominated for best actress and best original song at the Oscars. Not to mention, she's already won a Golden Globe and Critics' Choice Award for best song and she tied with Glenn Close for best actress at the Critics' Choice. Gaga is also up for best outstanding performance by a female actor in a leading role at this Sunday's Screen Actors Guild Awards, as well as four additional awards at the Feb. 10 Grammys. It's safe to say that 2019 might be Gaga's best year yet!