Lady Gaga came to the rescue of a photographer who dramatically stumbled on Sunday’s Oscars “champagne carpet.”
Although the traditional red carpet was replaced for this year’s Oscars, Gaga still managed to turn heads when she arrived in a hip couture dress by Versace.
With an updo, the star looked calm and confident as she arrived at the awards ceremony.
That was until the moment a photographer suffered a hard fall, causing the singer to quickly turn and rush towards them, as seen in a video posted to Twitter.
Gaga offered help to get them on their feet and checked they weren’t injured before turning and heading back to the Dolby Theater.
It’s unknown what brought down the photographer, but many praised Gaga’s quick thinking and selfless actions.
“She has helped other people who were having glitches and missteps at events. It must be in her nature to support and help those she can,” one fan commented on Twitter.
Another added: “This is an example of Lady Gaga’s kindness and support. She is unbelievable!”
And a third wrote: “She never fails to display fine human qualities. I admire her very much.”
Gaga was nominated for her song “Hold My Hand” from the film Top Gun: Maverick. The normally flamboyant singer performed a stripped down version of it during the ceremony, sitting on a stool without makeup and wearing a faded black T-shirt and ripped black jeans.
Even if she didn’t go home with the Oscar this time – that honor went to “Naatu Naatu” from the Indian film, RRR—Gaga is no stranger to the Academy Awards.
She was nominated for Best Song in 2016 for “Til It Happens to You” from the documentary hunting ground.
In 2019, Gaga was nominated for both Best Actress and Best Song for her work alongside Bradley Cooper A star Is Born. Olivia Colman snagged the Best Actress statue, but Gaga won the Oscar for “Shallow,” which she performed live with Cooper at this year’s ceremony.
your work on A star Is Born made her the first woman to win a Grammy, Oscar, BAFTA, and Golden Globe in the same year.