Yaaass, Gaga, yaaass.
Lady Gaga beat out Kirsten Dunst in "Fargo," Sarah Hay in "Flesh and Bone," Queen Latifah in "Bessie," and Felicity Huffman in "American Crime Story" for her performance in "American Horror Story: Hotel."
Gaga lived up to one of her best songs, "Speechless," during her acceptance speech, as she was understandably stunned after winning her first acting award.
Queening out, Gaga compared herself to Cher, who won an Academy Award (and don't you forget it!) for her performance in 1987's "Moonstruck."
Calling the win, "one of the greatest moments of her life," Gaga thanked "American Horror Story" maestro Ryan Murphy and her cast, saying, "You're my family forever."
The singer also revealed that she wanted to be an actress before she picked up the mic and thanked all those who've allowed her to shine.
Shine on, mama.
In the sixth iteration of Murphy's anthology series, the 29 year-old fashion icon plays The Countess, the owner of the titular hotel who lists blood, sex, orgies and high drama as a few of her favorite things.
Although she's no stranger to award shows, Gaga couldn't contain her excitement when the nominations were announced in December. The Countess took to Twitter in December to react to the exciting news.
We have a feeling this might not be Gaga's last time on the Golden Globes stage. She's just getting started.
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