Lady Gaga has been hot this awards season for her work in A Star Is Born with Bradley Cooper. She’s been in attendance at every awards show and there are rumors swirling that she’s on the road to becoming an EGOT (a person who wins an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony). If she was able to score all four awards, she would join the ranks of people like John Legend, Audrey Hepburn, and Mel Brooks. Keep scrolling to see how close the songstress is to this prestigious ranking.
A Star Is Born had its first screening during the Venice Film Festival and has received tons of press since.
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Going For The “O.”
The 32-year-old’s two Oscar nominations for Best Actress and Best Original Song (“Shallow”) has put her in a good spot. However, she still has more work to do.
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This Isn’t Her First Oscar Nomination.
“Til It Happens to You” was nominated in 2016 for Best Original Song category. The ballad was featured in the documentary The Hunting Ground.
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So, You’re Saying There’s A Chance?
Although the sultry singer did not take home the prize in 2016, she has a much stronger chance this year. Considering “Shallow” is an amazing song and she has two nominations, we feel like this could be her year.
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What About An Emmy?
This year’s Emmy awards don’t air until September 22. Surprisingly, the songstress has not won an Emmy even though she’s been nominated three times.
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However, Not For Her Latest Movie.
Back in 2011, Lady Gaga Presents the Monster Ball Tour: At Madison Square Garden was nominated from an Emmy in the Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special category. She was named in the same category for her 2015 special Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga: Cheek to Cheek Live!.
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The Big Game Was A Big Step.
Finally, her performance during the Super Bowl in 2017 (yep, that’s fair game) received 6 Emmy nominations with “Bad Romance” singer being personally awarded for Outstanding Special Class Program category.
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She’s Got The Grammy On Lock.
Mother Monster has been a regular on the Grammy nomination list for years. She’s been nominated a whopping 24 times and has taken home six awards.
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She Started Off Strong.
Back in 2010, “Poker Face” scored the artist her first Grammy win for Best Dance Recording and The Fame for Best Dance/Electronic Album.
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Does She Need A Bigger Shelf?
After six nominations in 2011, she won Best Pop Vocal Album for The Fame Monster, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and Best Short Form Music Video for “Bad Romance.”
Then, in 2015, she took home another coveted award in the category of Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for her work with Tony Bennett on Cheek to Cheek.
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And Then There Was One.
A Tony is the only award that the Joanne singer has never been nominated for. However, the talented vocalist has expressed interest in switching to Broadway. “That was my dream. I think I’ve seen Rent probably 30 times…I love Broadway,” she told Variety in 2018. “I would absolutely love to do Broadway…You know why I know I could do it because for many years record executives told me I was ‘too theater.'”