Lady Gaga Stuns in a Bold Black Gown with High Thigh Slit at National Board of Review Awards

Lady Gaga was spotted at the National Board of Review Awards in New York City on Tuesday, celebrating her win for Best Actress in A Star Is Born. The film’s director and star, Bradley Cooper, was also present at the event after being overlooked at the Golden Globe Awards. Lady Gaga looked stunning in a black Ralph Lauren gown with a plunging neckline, high thigh slit, and old-school Hollywood glamour. She celebrated Bradley’s win for Best Director, making it an unforgettable night for the A Star Is Born team.

Hollywood starlet: Lady Gaga celebrated A Star Is Born win for Best Actress on Tuesday at the National Board of Review Awards in New York City 

Lady Gaga, a renowned Hollywood actress, celebrated her Best Actress award for her role in A Star Is Born at the National Board of Review Awards held in New York City. She looked stunning in her black outfit paired with black heels and accessorized with Messika Jewelry. Lady Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, sported blonde hair again after having blue hair for the Golden Globe Awards held in Beverly Hills, California on Sunday. Although she was nominated for Best Actress in a Drama category, the award was given to Glenn Close for her work in The Wife.

Turning heads: The songstress oozed old-school Hollywood glamour in a floor-length sleeveless black gown by Ralph Lauren Collection with plunging neckline and high thigh slit

Attracting attention: The female singer exuded a classic Hollywood charm with her attire. She wore a long black dress from the Ralph Lauren Collection that had no sleeves, a plunging neckline, and a high slit revealing her thigh.

Strike a pose: The songstress showcased plenty of leg as she hit the red carpet 

As she walked down the red carpet, the talented singer showed off her shapely legs with an impressive pose.

Hollywood glamour: The New York City native oozed old-school Hollywood glamour

Black gown: The Born This Way singer wore a long black gown with plunging neckline

The New Yorker had a timeless Hollywood appeal.

Blonde beauty: The singer-actress was back to blonde after sporting blue hair on Sunday at the Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California and accessorized with Messika Jewellery

The famous actress and singer has gone back to her natural blonde hair color, after stunning everyone with her blue hair at the Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California. She added some extra sparkle to her look with the exquisite Messika Jewelry.

Top honor: Lady Gaga won Best Actress for her portrayal of Ally Campana in the remake

Critical acclaim: The actress has received critical acclaim for her work in A Star Is Born

Lady Gaga was recently honored for her outstanding performance in the remake of Ally Campana’s character by being awarded the Best Actress award. This recognition is a testament to her exceptional talent and hard work in the field of acting.

Photo call: The actress was the center of attention on the carpet

All eyes were on the actress as she dominated the attention on the red carpet.

Best director: Bradley Cooper attended the National Board of Review Awards on Tuesday in New York City after winning for Best Director for A Star Is Born

Bradley Cooper attended the National Board of Review Awards ceremony in New York City on Tuesday and was honored with the esteemed Best Director award for his work on the popular film, A Star Is Born.

Recognition: Gaga looked overwhelmed as she received the Best Actress award with Bradley standing up to congratulate her 

When Gaga received the award for Best Actress, her emotional response was evident, while Bradley stood up to applaud her achievement.

Special moment: The pair shared a tender hug before she headed to the stage to make her speech 

A moment that cannot be forgotten: The pair embraced in a gentle hug before she proceeded towards the platform to deliver her address.

Over the moon: Gaga pointed to Bradley in the audience as she accepted her award 

Thrilled: Gaga recognized Bradley, who was in attendance, while receiving her award.

Her big moment: The Born This Way hitmaker handed Stephen Colbert her giant feather boa ahead of making her acceptance speech 

In her moment of triumph, the talented singer, famous for her hit song “Born This Way”, gracefully handed over her enormous feather boa to Stephen Colbert before delivering her acceptance speech.

Gentlemanly: Stephen showed off his chivalrous side as he assisted Gaga off stage 

Stephen demonstrated his chivalrous behavior by assisting Lady Gaga offstage after her victory at the National Board of Review gala in New York City. The singer was accompanied by her mother Cynthia Germanotta, and the two sat together holding hands during the event. Lady Gaga also mingled with Bradley Cooper and Hollywood director Steven Spielberg, who congratulated her with a hug while Bradley observed the exchange.

Family affair: Lady Gaga celebrated her win with her mother Cynthia Germanotta

Lady Gaga’s recent triumph involved the participation of her mother Cynthia Germanotta in the celebration, making it a family affair.

Having fun: The blondes were having fun at the awards gala at Cipriani 42nd Street

Having Fun: The blonde ladies were thoroughly enjoying themselves at the awards ceremony held at Cipriani 42nd Street.

Hollywood legend: Steven Spielberg met up with Bradley and Lady Gaga

Recently, the renowned filmmaker Steven Spielberg met with the talented pair of Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga.

Big hug: The legendary Hollywood director gave Lady Gaga a hug

Lady Gaga received a warm embrace from a renowned Hollywood director. Bradley Cooper looked dashing in a stylish grey suit, white dress shirt, and blue tie for the National Board of Review gala. While he lost to Alfonso Cuaron at the Golden Globes, Cooper won the Best Director award. Additionally, Sam Elliott, 74, was honored with the National Board of Review Award for Best Supporting Actor due to his exceptional performance in A Star is Born.

Long dress: Lady Gaga wore a long black dress with a train

Lady Gaga looked elegant in a long black gown with a trailing hemline.

Big achievement: The American star proudly posed with her award on the red carpet 

Noteworthy Achievement: The famous American celebrity confidently displayed her well-deserved trophy while gracefully walking on the red carpet.

Dapper actor: Bradley looked typically dapper in a grey suit

Dapper actor: Bradley looked typically dapper in a grey suit

Bradley looked as smooth and sophisticated as ever in his stylish gray suit, displaying his suave performance.

Top honor: A Star Is Born starring and directed by Bradley was named on the Top 10 Films

Actor and director Bradley Cooper’s movie, “A Star Is Born,” has received significant recognition by being included in the Top 10 Films list.

Award winner: Sam Elliott was in attendance after winning for Best Supporting Actor for his work in A Star Is Born

Sam Elliott appeared at the awards ceremony to receive recognition for his outstanding performance as Best Supporting Actor in A Star Is Born. Lady Gaga also won a Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song for her hit track “Shallow,” which was featured in the same film. Olivia Wilde, aged 34, looked stunning in a blue floral print dress adorned with red flowers as she graced the NYC awards gala. Meanwhile, Maggie Gyllenhaal, aged 41, glowed in a gorgeous long gown and was accompanied by her husband Peter Sarsgaard, aged 47, to the prestigious event.

Fun table: Gemma Chan, Awkwafina, Constance Wu, Lady Gaga, and Michelle Yeoh caught up at the gala

The event provided entertainment for Gemma Chan, Awkwafina, Constance Wu, Lady Gaga, and Michelle Yeoh as they enjoyed themselves catching up with one another.

Leading lady: Following the ceremony, Gaga looked every inch the Hollywood star as she strutted out of Cipriani 42nd street 

Starlet Extraordinaire: Following the event, Gaga exuded A-list glamour as she confidently walked out of Cipriani 42nd street.

Making her exit: Gaga clutched her award tightly as she hurried to her chauffeur driven car in the rain  

When Lady Gaga exited the venue, she tightly gripped onto her award while rushing towards her waiting car to escape from the rainy weather.

Well received: The singer and Bradley won critical acclaim for their gripping portrayal in A Star Is Born 

The movie A Star Is Born has received great acclaim for the exceptional performances of its lead singer and actor Bradley Cooper.

Floral print: Olivia Wilde wore a blue floral print dress with red flowers

Olivia Wilde wore a lovely blue dress embellished with red floral patterns.

Busy star: The New York City native will make her feature film directorial debut in 2019 with Booksmart

TV star: Olivia starred in House from 2007 to 2012

The bustling talent from the heart of New York City is about to embark on a new venture – directing her very first feature film in 2019 with Booksmart.

Stage presence: Wilde later stepped on stage to give out one of the evening's honors

Wild appeared on stage to present one of the awards for the night, showcasing her stage presence.

Gala gal: Maggie Gyllenhaal dazzled in a long gown at the gala

It was a delight to witness the gala event where Maggie Gyllenhaal made an entrance in a gorgeous long dress that mesmerized the audience.

Cute couple: Peter Sarsgaard accompanied his wife to the awards ceremony

Peter Sarsgaard and his wife made a charming appearance at an awards ceremony. Linda Cardellini, the stunning star of Green Book, turned heads in her beautiful black dress featuring a lovely bow at the front. The handsome Viggo Mortensen, who won the Best Actor award, was also present in a dashing red suit. It’s worth noting that the film Green Book took home the prestigious Best Film award during the 90th National Board of Review Awards declared in November 2018.

Best movie: Linda Cardellini who starred in Green Book also was in attendance

My personal favorite film would have to be “Green Book”, which featured the talented Linda Cardellini in one of the leading roles. As luck would have it, she happened to be present during the event as well.

Black dress: The actress wore a long black dress with a bow up front

The performer wore a long black dress that had a bow positioned at the front.

Acting award: Viggo Mortensen, 60, also was in attendance looking dapper in a red suit after winning for Best Actor

During the awards ceremony, Viggo Mortensen – a 60-year-old charming and stylish actor – was presented with the Best Actor award. The New York City-based organization recognized “A Star Is Born” as one of the top 10 films. Uzo Aduba, a prominent star from Netflix, was also seen sporting an elegant black gown with vertical white stripes. Regina King, aged 47, looked stunning in a long white dress with slender spaghetti straps, having won the award for Best Supporting Actress.

Streaming star: Uzo Aduba wore a black dress with vertical stripes

Renowned streamer, Uzo Aduba, looked stunning in a gorgeous black dress embellished with stylish vertical stripes.

Acting honor: Regina King shined in a long white gown after winning for Best Supporting Actress

Regina King looked absolutely stunning in her elegant white gown while relishing in the glory of winning the Best Supporting Actress award.

Wow: King looked radiant as she stepped on stage during the event

Impressive: The King had a radiant appearance as she stepped onto the stage at the event.

Lady in black: Awkwafina wore a long-sleeved black dress to the gala

At the gala, Awkwafina was seen sporting a black dress with long sleeves.

Red dress: Sophia Bush sizzled in a long red gown

Classic pose: The actress struck the classic chin over shoulder pose

Sophia Bush was a stunning sight in her red gown during the awards ceremony. The talented actress, who comes from Los Angeles, won the Best Supporting Actress award at the Golden Globes for her remarkable performance in If Beale Street Could Talk. Other notable attendees at the event were Awkwafina and Elsie Fisher. The latter, who is only 15 years old, graced the occasion alongside her director Bo Burnham, who is 28 years old and directed the critically acclaimed film Eighth Grade.

Teen talent: Elsie Fisher, 15, wore a grey suit to the ceremony

For the occasion, 15-year-old teen sensation Elsie Fisher chose to wear a fashionable grey suit.

Together again: Eighth Grade director Bo Burnham joined Elsie at the gala

The director of Eighth Grade, Bo Burnham, appeared alongside Elsie at the event, marking their reunion for the special occasion.

In the spotlight: The Eighth Grade star had to honor of speaking on stage

Enjoying the Spotlight: An actress who starred in Eighth Grade was granted the honor of giving a speech on a magnificent stage.

The president: National Board of Review President Annie Schulof joined Elsie and Bo on the carpet

Annie Schulof, the president of the National Board of Review, was seen walking down the red carpet with Elsie and Bo. Bo Burnham received an award for his exceptional directorial debut, while Eighth Grade made it to the list of Top 10 Films. Other famous personalities like Constance Wu, Gemma Chan, and Richard Gere also graced the occasion. The National Board of Review of Motion Pictures is an organization that originated in New York City in 1909.

Sparkling dress: Constance Wu sparkled in a long red dress

Sparkling Appearance: Actress Constance Wu dazzled in a breathtakingly beautiful crimson, floor-length gown.

Mellow yellow: Gemma Chan stood out in a bright yellow floral print dress

Yellow was definitely the color of the day for Gemma Chan, as she looked stunning in a vibrant floral print dress. Her outfit choice made her stand out and exude positivity in the sunny shade of yellow.

Hollywood star: Richard Gere wore a long scarf as he arrived at the gala

Richard Gere, the famous celebrity from Hollywood, was wearing a lengthy scarf when he attended the glamorous event.

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