Lady Gaga is known for her distinctive fashion choices, and at the recent Grammy Awards, she surprised everyone by opting for a more classic look. She stunned in a metallic gown that featured a plunging neckline, exuding old school glamour. Her collaborator for the night was the 88-year-old Tony Bennett, who looked dapper by her side. Check out the winners list and watch a video of their performance below.
Lady Gaga made a grand entrance at the Grammys in Los Angeles on Sunday, flaunting her glamour in a stunning silver gown by Brandon Maxwell. The custom-made outfit was designed to showcase Gaga’s maximum cleavage and seductive thigh-split, revealing plenty of leg. To complement the dress, Gaga’s locks were styled in a silvery platinum blonde, while her makeup featured metallic grey eye-shadow and lots of eyeliner for extra shimmer. Her look was completed with Lorraine Schwartz emerald jewelry, adding a touch of classic Hollywood elegance to her appearance.
The 28-year-old singer known for her hit song “Poker Face” exuded old Hollywood glamour as she flaunted her enviable curves with a daringly low-cut neckline and a sultry thigh-high split.
Lady Gaga looked stunning in a custom Brandon Maxwell gown and accessorized with beautiful Lorraine Schwartz emerald jewelry at the awards ceremony. Her duet album with Bennett, Cheek to Cheek, won the best traditional pop vocal album award, which was congratulated by E! host Ryan Seacrest. Gaga expressed her happiness on the red carpet before the ceremony, saying, “Thank you so much, we’re so happy!” Bennett also commented on their friendship and how they bonded as two different artists. However, there was an awkward moment when host Giuliana Rancic greeted Gaga, but she didn’t respond and continued to walk past with her entourage.
Smooches: The queen of pop, Madonna, was joined by her duet mate Tony Bennett, who is 88 years old.
Gaga’s outfit was quite revealing, as it showed off a generous amount of cleavage.
The mature beauty made a quick adjustment to her dress to ensure that she wasn’t revealing too much skin. The popular singer, Ed Sheeran, shared a humorous tweet about his encounter with Lady Gaga at the Grammy Awards, where she mistook him for a waiter. Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett will be performing on stage alongside other famous musicians at the 57th Annual event held in Los Angeles’ Staples Center. This highly-anticipated event will feature some of the biggest names in the music industry, such as Beyonce, Madonna, and Gwen Stefani. Around 70 awards will be presented to deserving recipients in front of a star-studded audience.
Joined together: The partnership between the Italian and American collaborators seems to have resulted in a strong connection.
Folklore: The popular singer of Bad Romance also had the opportunity to socialize with Paul McCartney.
Gaga was captured in a photo with Smoky Robinson and her friend Tony, creating a legendary moment.
Gaga and Paul were spotted working together on an upcoming project in the studio this week. The Grammys have announced their top nominees, with Beyonce, Sam Smith, and Pharrell each earning six nominations. Recording Academy President and CEO, Neil Portnow, stated that the Grammys have a history of pairing established musicians with up-and-coming artists to create one-of-a-kind performances that push the boundaries of musical genres. This year’s show promises to be no different, bringing together diverse artists to create innovative and boundary-breaking musical experiences.
With her long legs on full display, the blonde celebrity flaunted her stunning Stuart Weitzman heels that were adorned with intricate embellishments.
Stepping onto the spotlight: The vocalist eventually donned a glimmering black dress as she took the stage to sing alongside Bennett.
The pair performed the classic tune “Cheek to Cheek,” which happens to be the title of their award-winning album for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album. The performance was stunning and unforgettable.
Success! Gaga and Bennett were captured in the press room, proudly displaying their well-deserved awards.