Lady Gaga, 'Roma' shine at nice over nasty Golden Globes

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When you're Lady Gaga, it must be quite hard to decide on which direction to take your image in next.

A Star Is Born is also up for Best Motion Picture in the Drama category, Best Song and several other awards.

Canadian-born Oh posted the snapshot of her and her obviously supportive family just hours before she took on her hosting duties at the 2019 Golden Globes on Sunday night.

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Wearing a handsome periwinkle gown from Valentino Couture with lavender-tinged hair to match, the star seemed to be channeling Garland. The gown features billowing off-shoulder sleeves and a long train. "No, but it looks an terrible lot like that, doesn't it?" she said.

However, it appears the floor-length Valentino gown could more likely be an homage to a Hollywood icon she has something special in common with.

She added to ET host Nancy O'Dell, "Thank you for showing me that".

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In that version of the film-the fourth remake of which stars Gaga and Bradley Cooper-Garland wears the dress while singing 'My Melancholy Baby'.

If you need a masterclass on how to kick off an awards show with grace and ease, Sandra Oh is here to school you.

One woman who couldn't settle on one look was Globes co-host and victor Sandra Oh, who served up no fewer than four outfits for the night, including two white gowns and a red dress in which she made her soon to be iconic "I see you" speech about ethnic diversity and representation to wrap up the ceremony's opening monologue.

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