This year, Lady Gaga took home the Academy Award for her performance in A Star is Born – but that’s not the only way the A-lister won big.
Gaga chose a Tiffany & Co necklace worth more than $30 million (Dhs110 million) that was last worn by Audrey Hepburn during the Breakfast At Tiffany’s press tour in 1961. The 128-carat yellow stone was first discovered in South Africa over 140 years ago by Tiffany founder Charles Lewis Tiffany.
Audrey Hepburn with the Tiffany & Co jewel
The singer-slash-actress’ Academy Award win tonight makes her the only person in history to win an Oscar, Grammy, BAFTA and Golden Globe in a single year. Just. Wow.
Arguably the most highly-anticipated moment of the whole night, Gaga and co-star Bradley Cooper took to the stage at the Oscars to perform their hit tune, which also won the Oscar for Best Original Song, Shallow. The duo were the only musical act at the ceremony, and got a standing ovation at the end. We’re not crying, you are.
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