Lady Gaga’s “Shallow” wins a Golden Globe

She’s already begun to dominate awards season.

Lady Gaga’s “Shallow,” a track she recorded with Bradley Cooper for A Star is Born, has become one of her most critically and commercially successful songs to date. Now, Gaga can add a Golden Globes win to the song’s list of accolades.

Co-written by Andrew Wyatt, Anthony Rossomando, Mark Ronson and Gaga herself, “Shallow” bagged the award for Best Original Song at the ceremony last night. “As a woman in music it is really hard to be taken seriously as a musician and as a songwriter,” the pop star said during her emotional acceptance speech. “And these three incredible men, they lifted me up, they supported me.”

Ronson also thanked Gaga for being the captain of the “SS Shallow” who led them “into the deep waters and truly made the song.” If their Globes win is any indication, then it definitely looks like it’s a ship worth boarding. Next stop: the Grammys.

Relive “Shallow” below:


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