The "Born This Way" artist was at a loss for words over the weekend when she took the stage to accept the Best Original Song honor for "Shallow," joined by fellow co-writers Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando and Andrew Wyatt.
"As a woman in music, it is really hard to be taken seriously as a musician and a songwriter. These three incredible men … they lifted me up, they supported me," Gaga started her acceptance speech, closing with a nod to Cooper, saying, "Bradley, I love you."
"I didn’t get to say everything I wanted to say last night when we won, I was so overcome with emotion and of course wanted to share the mic with my co-writers," she began her post. "We are all so grateful Bradley loved 'Shallow,' sang his heart out live, and truly the song would not be revered as it is without the brilliant film and moment Bradley created and the way he directed the moment and collaborated with us on how it would eventually be given to the world."
Gaga followed the post with another dedicated to the other songwriters as well.
With her most recent acting honor, the 32-year-old now holds two Golden Globe trophies. She previously received the Globe for Best Actress in a Miniseries or Television Film for American Horror Story: Hotel in 2016.
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