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Lady Gaga "Shallow" Acceptance Speech at 2019 Golden Globes

Lady Gaga Is Moved to Tears by "Shallow" Golden Globe Win, and Frankly, We Are Too!

It's happening A Star Is Born fans, it's finally happening!

The musical remake starring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper has won its first major award, and appropriately, it's for the iconic original song "Shallow." Gaga and Cooper's soulful duet — co-written by Gaga, Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt, and Anthony Rossomando — won the Golden Globe for best original song, beating out Kendrick Lamar and SZA's Black Panther track "All the Stars," A Private War's "Requiem For a Private War," Boy Erased's "Revelation," and "Girl in the Movies," from Dumplin'. The song struck a chord in A Star Is Born fans from the moment they previewed it in the trailer, and now it's an award-winner!

Gaga, who was joined onstage by her co-writers, was moved to tears by the win and revealed how their support helped her during the entire production. "As a woman in music, it is really hard to be taken seriously as a musician and a songwriter," she admitted. "These three incredible men . . . they lifted me up, they supported me." And, of course, she couldn't leave the stage without showing her costar some appreciation as well, adding, "Bradley, I love you." Watch the sweet moment above!

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