It was a star-studded night at the London premiere of House of Gucci. From Lady Gaga's breathtaking gown to what she divulged about prepping for the movie, here's everything you need to know about the event.
The highly-anticipated film is set to hit the big screen come November 24, and the U.K. premiere gave fans a peek into the glamour that awaits us in the Ridley Scott-directed picture. Starring Lady Gaga as Patrizia Reggiani and Adam Driver as Maurizio Gucci, the movie depicts the real-life drama, wealth, and murder experienced by the fashion house over thirty years.
Fitting to the event, the Bad Romance singer turned heads on the red carpet with a Gucci gown fresh off of the brand's Los Angeles catwalk last week. The couture gown got a Gaga twist as the singer-turned-actress rocked stiletto platform boots and fishnet tights underneath. Yet even more impressive than her chic-punk attire was Lady Gaga's film prep for House of Gucci.
It's no secret that the 35-year-old went all-in for her latest role, with headlines constantly covering the radical acting methods taken on by the House of Gucci cast as they prepared to embody the famous Italian family. Lucky for us, Gaga didn't shy away from discussing that experience. "I dove in on a personal level to understand what happened in her real life and what was happening in the script and sort of [merge them]," she explained on the red carpet.
"I'm a romantic when it comes to art," Gaga continued. "I had a romantic relationship with my character, Patrizia. I had a romantic relationship with the script. And I dove headfirst into this world because she's nothing like me and inherently a wide-eyed person that is looking to transgress society financially is something that I don't identify with."
"Then there's the accent," she said. "Then there's the ability to talk as myself, meaning as Stefanie, with the accent. So that I knew I could speak from a place that was visceral, that was true." In case you forgot, the talented starlet was nominated for the Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar back in 2019 for her part in A Star Is Born and took home a golden trophy for Best Original Song. And with plenty of Oscar buzz around House of Gucci, we're already counting down the days until the next Academy Awards.