Lady Gaga looks the spitting image of her mom as they attend an event together
On Tuesday night, off the back of a very successful night at the Golden Globes, Lady Gaga attended the National Board of Review Awards in New York City.
Accepting an award for Best Actress - Lady Gaga paid special thanks to her mom for remaining by her side, always.
“We’ve always had a particular way of living and tackling life, my Italian immigrant family - thank you for believing me in me mom... thank you for believing in me in thick and thin so I can fulfill my dreams. I always do what I do to make my family proud," Gaga said while tearing up and accepting her award.
Her mother, 64-year-old, Cynthia Germanotta, could be seen watching on with pride as the pair enjoyed the night side by side.
We, like many, can't get over how similar they are - they could be sisters.
Gaga recieved this award fresh off her win for Best Original Song at the Golden Globes for Shallow - the big hit from A Star Is Born. In her acceptance speech, she gave special thanks to Bradley Cooper, who she called a "visionary" and a modern-day "Houdini".
A Star Is Born is also set to sweep up once the Oscars nominations land on January 22.