Lady Gaga all things considered made jaws drop the last night when she stepped onto red carpet wearing a larger-than-life periwinkle Valentino dress. It’s an incredible gown on its own, however there may be a secret meaning behind it improving it even.

@TheVintageCostumeCollector on Instagram called attention to that the dress looked too super familiar, similar to one of the ones Judy Garland wore in her variant of “A Star Is Born.”

Furthermore, it’s a spot on comparison, correct? They’re essentially the same color and the silhouettes are freakishly similar. So cool!

Quick refresher: Lady Gaga and Bradley cooper’s version of “A Star Is Born” is really the fourth recreation of the film. The simple initial one was made in 1937, at that point Judy’s came in 1954. There was a Barbara Streisand version in 1976, and now the most current one.

So this could simply be an odd coincidence, or Lady Gaga could have purposefully made a point to honor the history of the movie she starred in. In any case, v cool!

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