Look Back at Lady Gaga’s Most Stunning Oscars Moments, Just Because She’s Fabulous




With the rapturous reception and serious buzz around A Star Is Born, it seems pretty likely that Lady Gaga will appear at the 2019 Oscars — most likely with multiple nominations for the film and as a performer as well. This won’t be Gaga’s first appearance at the Academy Awards though; it wouldn’t even be her first nomination!

We won’t know just how big a contender A Star Is Born (and Gaga) will be until Oscar nominations are announced on the morning of Jan. 22. But in the meantime, we’re looking back at Gaga’s past appearances at the Oscars of previous years. From glamorous red carpet style to showstopping performances, here are some of the highlights of Lady Gaga’s history with Hollywood’s biggest celebration.

2014 Oscars — Red Carpet

Gaga’s first appearance on the Oscars red carpet came in 2014, wearing a glittering Versace gown and cape.

22nd Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party

In 2014, Gaga attended Elton John’s exclusive Oscars party. She’s pictured here along John and fellow attendees Donatella Versace and Heidi Klum.

2015 Oscars — Red Carpet

Gaga walked the red carpet in 2015 wearing a gorgeously glittery Azzedine Alaia gown.

2015 Oscars Broadcast: Tribute To Julie Andrews

When Gaga was announced as the performer for 2015’s tribute to Andrews and The Sound of Music‘s 50th anniversary, a lot of eyebrows were raised. But the moment she began singing with a classical, pure soprano, it was jaws that were dropping all across America.

2016 Oscars — Red Carpet

Gaga’s white Brandon Maxwell dress at the 2016 ceremony marked a more understated lookfor the showstopping singer.

2016 Oscars Broadcast: “Til It Happens To You”

Gaga was nominated for her first Oscar in 2016: best original song for “Til It Happens To You,” a gut-wrenching anthem of survival featured in The Hunting Ground, a documentary about sexual assault on college campuses. While she ultimately lost to Spectre‘s Adele song “Writing’s On The Wall,” her performance of her song alongside a chorus of assault survivors was the broadcast’s most emotional moment.

2016 Oscars Backstage