Lady Gaga and Madonna’s negative comments and years of feuding toward one another has officially came to an end! Gaga and Madonna’s feud goes back to 2009 when Gaga first became big, with many comparing her musical style to Madonna. In 2012, Madonna said that “Born This Way” was similar to her 1989 hit “Express Yourself.”
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The 91st Academy Awards were filled with historic firsts and emotional moments, from @blackpanther‘s Ruth E. Carter and Hannah Beachler becoming the first black women to win in their respective categories (Costume Design and Production Design) to @ladygaga and Bradley Cooper’s stirring performance of their award-winning song “Shallow.” After the event, the biggest names in #Hollywood celebrated at “The Party,” entertainment mogul @guyoseary and @madonna’s famed after-party, where there is a strict ban on social media posts. TIME partnered at the event with the artist and photographer JR—a 2018 #TIME100 honoree—for an exclusive look at last night’s winners and partygoers. See more pictures at the link in bio. Photograph by @jr for TIME
In 2016, during an interview with Zane Lowe, Gaga said “Madonna and I are very different . . . I don’t mean to disrespect Madonna. She’s a nice lady, and she’s had a fantastic huge career. Biggest pop star of all time. But I play a lot of instruments. I write all my own music. I spend hours and hours a day in the studio. I’m a producer. I’m a writer. What I do is different.”
Just months ago, Madonna took to her Instagram Stories to point out that the 32-year-old singer copied her “100 people in a room” quote. But it seems as though the two very talented artist have traded their drama for friendship.
On Sunday night, the actress attended Guy Oseary and Madonna’s Oscars after party, where Time captured a special moment between the two songstresses, who were laying with each other as Gaga held her award. Gaga had a very successful night, not only did she give an amazing performance of “Shallow,” she also won her first-ever Oscar for best original song.