Just another one of the million reasons to love Lady Gaga.
While walking the 2023 Oscars red carpet Sunday, the “Poker Face” singer rushed to help a photographer who took a nasty fall right behind her.
The shutterbug was trying to take a snap of Gaga’s daring Versace look before he lost his footing and slammed into the champagne-colored carpet.
A shocked Gaga, 36, let out a gasp before running over to help the man as he quickly sprang to his feet.
After realizing he was OK, the Oscar-winning songstress made her way back to the main event as onlookers praised her nice gesture.
The act of kindness might serve as some good karma for Gaga, whose “Top Gun: Maverick” theme, “Hold My Hand,” is nominated for Best Original Song.
Gaga stunned in an all-black ballgown featuring a sheer corseted top and a full skirt.
She accessorized with Tiffany & Co. jewelry, including a vintage diamond choker necklace, a matching bracelet and simple diamond earrings.
The pop star, who performed “Hold My Hand” at the star-studded ceremony, completed the look with glossy red lipstick, darkly dramatic eye makeup, bold blush and a slicked-back bun.
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Her appearance came as a surprise, given the fact Oscars executive producer and showrunner Glenn Weiss previously claimed Gaga would be missing the awards show due to her filming schedule for “Joker: Folie à Deux.”
While this year’s red carpet proved to be a bit chaotic for the entertainer, she skipped it altogether in 2022 after being snubbed for her performance in “House of Gucci.”
However, she later made her way to the stage to present the award for Best Picture with Liza Minnelli.
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