Lady Gaga is grateful for her song “Hold My Hand”‘s Oscar nomination.

Lady Gaga thanked the Academy for adding her song “Hold My Hand” from the popular film Top Gun: Maverick to the “Best Original Song” category. The singer for the band Bad Romance shared a photo on Instagram while sporting very relaxed apparel and a stunning bouquet of flowers.

Gaga, who previously won the prestigious award for her song “Shallow” from the movie A Star Is Born, tweeted, “Thank you so much to the Academy for nominating my song “Hold My Hand” for an Oscar this year.” “Writing this song for the movie Top Gun: Maverick was a deep and emotional experience that I will never forget,” the musician stated.

The singer has made history with her nomination by becoming the first artist to garner three nods in the Best Original Song category. “I’m so grateful for the magic of music and film,” she continued. I adore you, @bloodpop, my writing buddy. Huge hugs, tiny monsters! I’m now shooting on site.

The Tom Cruise-starring film surpasses $1.4 billion in worldwide sales to become the highest-grossing film of 2022 and secure a spot in the top 10 all-time movies. Since it was known that Joaquin Phoenix would get the lead part in the Joker sequel, Lady Gaga, a singer-actor, has been “laying low.”

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