Lady Gaga stuns in edgy ensemble at Mark Ronson’s exclusive Club Heartbreak Grammys after-party

Lady Gaga enlisted Mark Ronson to join her in a rendition of “Shallow” from A Star Is Born at the Grammys, filling in for Bradley Cooper. Following the main event, the 32-year-old singer continued the celebration at Mark Ronson’s Club Heartbreak Grammy Party, which was supported by Absolut Elyx. The pop sensation went for an old-school Gaga look at the party, rocking just lingerie and fishnet tights paired with a striking headpiece.


To keep the Grammy party vibes going strong, Lady Gaga joined Mark Ronson at his Club Heartbreak Grammy Party following the awards show on Sunday. Sponsored by Absolut Elyx, Gaga decided to switch things up from her earlier red carpet look and really go wild for the after-party. Rocking a bold and daring outfit, she stripped down to her black lingerie and paired it with a sequin jacket and bibi hat from the Celine by Hedi Slimane Spring/Summer 2019 collection. Completing the ensemble with a sparkling silver choker necklace, Gaga brought some serious attitude to the late-night celebration.

Oh my goodness! Gaga looked stunning in her black lingerie, paired with a sequin jacket and bibi hat from the exquisite Celine by Hedi Slimane Spring/Summer 2019 line.

Having a blast: Gaga partied in a glamorous way with a bunch of well-known guests at the event, such as the talented filmmaker Baz Luhrmann.

DJ Gaga joined the British artist at the turntables, spinning tracks to keep the crowd entertained and dancing the night away.

Party people: Among the guests at Mark’s lively after-party was none other than singer Katy Perry, who was impossible to miss in her vibrant rainbow dress featuring eye-catching puffball sleeves. The off-the-shoulder dress showcased bow detailing in black satin at the bust, flaring out at the arms for added drama. Mark and his friends were spotted dancing and enjoying cocktails as they grooved to the music all night long.

In the spotlight: Troye Sivan and Charli XCX were also spotted at the after-party following the awards show.

Hooray! Attendees clinked their glasses to celebrate an incredible night filled with lively music and entertainment.

The star of the show, Mark, was pictured at his party with Tom Elmhirst and Baz Luhrmann.

Rocking a stylish and edgy look, Charli XCX was spotted in a chic leather shift dress adorned with studs and paired with unique velvet platform shoes. The pop princess wowed the crowd with a performance of her hit song at the Staples Center in LA. Changing things up, she added some flair to her ballad, which had just won a BAFTA earlier that day, with a stunning bejeweled catsuit that she totally owned on stage. Showing off her daring side, the Born This Way Songstress kept her fans excited with a futuristic outfit featuring a plunging neckline that left everyone in awe.

Celeb Icon: Gaga once again proved her superstar status at the Grammys, showcasing her immense musical talent on Sunday night.

Stunning: On the red carpet, she made a striking appearance in a silver sequined gown by Celine, designed by Hedi Slimane, featuring a stylish ruffle along one side. This look was considered one of her more elegant choices for an awards show. Her perfect physique was on full display as she rocked a one-of-a-kind bodysuit that hugged her every curve. While the song is typically performed with a sense of restraint, Gaga took it to the next level, owning the stage with fierce kicks, dramatic hair flips, and expressive facial expressions. She glided over to Mark Ronson, one of the song’s co-writers, with a guitar in hand, belting out the lyrics for an unforgettable jam session.


Multi-talented star: The 32-year-old performer showcased her versatility by singing her popular song Shallow from the movie A Star Is Born at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Crushed it: Gaga amped up the pace for the emotional ballad, delivering a killer performance while rocking a sparkly catsuit. It’s no wonder she had such high energy – she had just bagged three Grammy awards right before hitting the stage. Gaga took home the trophies for Song Written for Visual Media and Best Pop/Duo Performance for “Shallow”, as well as Best Pop Solo Performance for “Joanne (Where Do You Think You’re Goin’?)” And to top it all off, she also won a BAFTA earlier that day for “Shallow”, a song originally performed with Bradley Cooper at the London show.

Impressive: Fearlessly aiming to make a statement, the Born This Way singer wowed her fans with a bold look in a futuristic outfit that had a daring plunging neckline.

Sliding over to Mark Ronson, one of the song’s co-writers, she strummed her guitar passionately during the jam session. At the time Gaga received the BAFTA award, she was still getting ready for the Los Angeles show and tearfully tweeted that she wouldn’t be able to wear any makeup. On Twitter, she excitedly shared about her first win of the night – the trophy from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts in London. “I’m still in disbelief that we just won Best Original Music at the Baftas,” she shared. “I really wish I could be there, but I’m at the Grammys to share our love for music. We created a film about the power of music.”

Perfect: As she confidently strutted across the stage, all eyes were on her flawless silhouette hugged by a unique bodysuit. “This is everything to me. Thank you to all our amazing fans – we truly adore you and wouldn’t be where we are today without your support.” Just an hour later, as she excitedly prepared for the Grammys, there was another reason to celebrate: she took home the award for best song written for visual media with her hit “Shallow” from A Star Is Born.

Rocking out: The song, normally delivered in a more subtle way, got a whole new energy as Gaga took control of the stage with high kicks, hair flips, and expressive facial expressions. “I won’t be wearing any makeup tonight. We just snagged our first Grammy nomination of the evening. I’m overwhelmed with gratitude and honor. Thank you, @RecordingAcad #Grammys #Grammy, to my co-writers, and Bradley I adore you so much, thank you.” And then came another victory, this time just for Gaga, as she was crowned the winner of Best Pop Solo Performance for her rendition of Joanne (Where Do You Think You’re Goin’?). “Winning a Grammy for Joanne surpasses any dream my family and I could have ever had. I sang that version in one go, pouring my heart and soul into it. Thank you immensely for this incredible gift, I am truly taken aback. This is my second Grammy win of the night, and I am incredibly touched by this generosity.”

Maybe the musician’s infectious enthusiasm on stage was fueled by the three Grammy awards she had already won earlier in the evening.

Achievements: Gaga took home awards for Best Song Written for Visual Media and Best Pop/Duo Performance for the hit song “Shallow,” as well as Best Pop Solo Performance for her moving song “Joanne (Where Do You Think You’re Goin’?)”


Gaga managed to snag five Grammy nominations this year, tying for the third-highest number. The categories include record of the year, song of the year, best pop duo or performance, and best song written for visual media for Shallow, along with best pop performance for Joanne’s “Where Do You Think You’re Goin’?”. She’s no stranger to Grammy wins, having already secured six awards in the past, with two in 2010, three in 2011, and one in 2015 for her collaboration album with Tony Bennett. The lineup for the Grammy performances includes Chloe x Halle, proteges of Beyonce, who recently performed at the Super Bowl, as well as Dua Lipa, St. Vincent, Andra Day, Camila Cabello, Dan + Shay, Post Malone with the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Shawn Mendes, J Balvin, Arturo Sandoval, Young Thug, Janelle Monáe, Kacey Musgraves, H.E.R., Brandi Carlile, Maren Morris, Little Big Town, Ricky Martin, Fantasia, and gospel legend Yolanda Adams. Dua Lipa is set to make her Grammy stage debut, teaming up with St. Vincent for a special performance. Additionally, a tribute to the late Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin will feature Adams performing alongside Fantasia and Day.

Major success: Earlier in the day, she also received a BAFTA award for her song “Shallow,” an achievement that Bradley Cooper also celebrated during the ceremony in London.

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