Lady Gaga wins best original song at Golden Globes

Lady Gaga wins best original song at Golden Globes

Lady Gaga wins best original song at Golden Globes

"Bohemian Rhapsody" won and Rami Malek won the best dramatic award for his turn as the music group Queen's front man Freddie Mercury in "Bohemian Rhapsody".

While collecting his Breakthrough Performance award at the ceremony, he said: "Thank you, Lucy Boynton".

Lady Gaga absolutely shut it down, as expected, in a stunning voluminous periwinkle blue Valentino haute couture gown, which unintentionally paid homage to Judy Garland's look in the 1954 version of A Star Is Born. She added that her co-writers "lifted me up, they supported me".

While A Star Is Born didn't win the Best Film category, it did take out the award for Best Original Song for its popular track, Shallow.

Oh, who was featured in this year's blockbuster film "Crazy Rich Asians" picked up the best performance by an actress in a TV drama prize for her work on BBC America's "Killing Eve". "Bradley, I love you". Sunday's winners are seen as a predictor to which films will win the all-important Academy Awards (Oscars) on February 24.

The list of winners of the 76th Golden Globes Awards is already out. "We are still living in divided times, maybe more so now than ever", he said. "We have to find personal fulfillment", she said.

Instead, small Focus Features movie "Green Book" went home with the biggest haul - three - including best comedy, supporting actor (Mahershala Ali) and screenplay.

British actress Olivia Coleman was a victor for bawdy historical romp "The Favourite". "I appreciate you so much".

Spanish language Roma, a semi-autobiographical film by legendary Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuaron, snatched the foreign language category and best directing.

Malik thanked Queen band members Brian May and Roger Taylor, as well as Freddy Mercury for providing the role of a lifetime.

"Jeff Bridges received the Globes" honorary Cecil B. DeMille Award.

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