This is a thing that has now happened.
Lady Gaga, queen of impossibly high heels and being artsy AF, just won the 2016 Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Miniseries or Television Film. Congratulations are in order for American Horror Story’s diamond-donning Countess—she’s killing it at killing people, isn’t she? But now that she’s won an award for her mainly monotone performance on the show, we have to shed light on the elephant in the room: How awkward is it that she won a Golden Globe?
I mean, really. Gaga is great in AHS. She slays at sucking blood, slitting throats and being hella bitchy to her ex-husband. But is she award-winning great? You can be honest.
“This is one of the greatest moments of my life,” Gaga said in her acceptance speech. NOTE: It is not the greatest moment of her life. That’s probably already happened because she’s already had a wildly successful music career.
Speaking of her music career, Gaga continued, “I wanted to be an actress before I wanted to be a singer, but music worked out first.” The more success, the better, I guess. But how many more times in film or TV can Gaga get away with barely making facial expressions and refusing to change her vocal tone?
Just sayin’. ICYMI, watch Gaga’s acceptance speech here.