Lady Gaga had all eyes on her at a ceremony in Los Angeles on Thursday night.
Joanne's star was pictured on the red carpet of the luxurious Beverly Hilton hotel, where the 32nd annual American Film Awards ceremony was held at Bradley Cooper.
The singer, who wore her blond hair erased from her face, left only little imagination in her long cream lace long dress.
To protect her modesty, the star wore white nipple pasties and pale underwear.
Gaga finished the look with beautiful Amwaj diamond earrings.
In addition to Gaga, Bradley – who was honored for his contribution to the art of Moving Pictures – was also a crowd of friends and former co-stars.
Vince Vaughn and his wife Kyla, Ed Helms, Alyssa Milano and Sam Elliott were all present to watch the actor and the director receive his award.
Meanwhile, Gaga recently received treatment even after fans noticed that she was constantly repeating the same Bradley Cooper anecdote during interviews.
Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta, repeated many times during TV chats, on red carpets and on stage that Bradley was so special to her because he believed in her.
His speech says, "There may be 100 people in the room and 99 do not believe in you, and you just need someone who believes in you, and it was him."