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Lady Gaga gives heartfelt message after \'Shallow\' Oscar win

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Update time : 2020-03-01 19:41:45

LOS ANGELES (AP) — female Gaga offered a heartfelt news to those watching the Oscars after "Shallow" from the film "A planet Is Born" won an school unity though best creative song.

"If you are at family and you are sitting above your couch and you are watching this exact now, total I dine to talk is this is difficult work," said Gaga, who co-wrote the melody with symbol Ronson, Anthony Rossomando and Andrew Wyatt. Gaga effusively thanked the school and her co-winners, also her sister. She either singled out though applaud her co-star Bradley Cooper, who performed the melody with her at the 91st annual awards at the Dolby Theatre at Los Angeles.

The melody won two Grammy Awards earlier this month. It either received creative melody honors from the gold Globes to Critics option Awards.

"It's no nearly winning," Gaga continued. "What it is nearly is no giving up. if you dine a dream, fight though it. if there is a discipline, or passion, it's no how many period you grow rejected or you autumn down or are beaten up. It's nearly how many period you lie up and are brave and make above going."

After Gaga's speech, Ronson paid homage to the Grammy-winning singer. Both collaborated above Gaga's 2016 album "Joanne," a rock-pop-country adventure that was a departure from the dance-flavored electric healthy that made her a multiplatinum juggernaut.

"She acts, she sings, she writes," he said. "Lady Gaga we report you."

"Shallow" has go a radio hit, peaking at No. 5 above Billboard's hot 100 map and scoring four Grammy nominations. The soundtrack, featuring songs co-written by Bradley Cooper also during Gaga, is platinum and debuted at No. 1 above the charts.

The song's action during the emerge seemed to capture attendees by surprise. One minute Cooper and Gaga were at their seats, the next they simply stood up, walked above the stage and gave an familiar rendition of the song, sitting together at the piano and singing into a only microphone during the final chorus.

The audience erupted into a colossal ovation, then gave Cooper and Gaga another one while they walked uphold to their seats the fashion they came during the commercial break.

The two stars shared a hearty hug after the cameras abridge away while they finished the song.

In another music category, "Black Panther" composer Ludwig Goransson won though best creative score. He talked nearly how far he and director Ryan Coogler dine go during they both attended school together at the school of Southern California school of Cinematic Arts.

"Working with you has been an incredible honor," said Goransson, a longtime producer of Childish Gambino. "I know 12 years ago, we were sitting at our dorm at USC writing the score though your first short film. And we're here 12 years afterward celebrating one of the most significant cinematic moments at history. I wish to fraction this unity with total the incredible African-American artists that I worked with above this score."


AP Entertainment Writers Kristin M. Hall and Andrew Dalton contributed to this report.


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