What did Leonardo DiCaprio do to upset Lady Gaga? Golden Globes shoulder charge video goes viral

Lady Gaga didn't look impressed with Leonardo DiCaprio's behaviour. Photo / ABC
Lady Gaga didn't look impressed with Leonardo DiCaprio's behaviour. Photo / ABC

It's no wonder she won the Golden Globe for portraying a murderous bloodsucking vampire - she even creeped Leonardo DiCaprio out.

The best reaction to Lady Gaga's win came before the singer had even reached the stage.

The cameras at LA's Beverly Hilton caught a classic candid moment as the 29-year-old made her way through the crowd following the surprise announcement of her name from the Best Supporting Actress nominees.


The singer seemed to be in a bit of a daze as she squeezed between the seats - and didn't even notice when she ploughed her way past DiCaprio's protruding elbow, which he had unwisely left sticking out in her path.

The Revenant star was sharing a laugh with someone at his table with his arm on the back of her chair, oblivious the platinum blonde was on a collision course behind him.

While Gaga didn't even flinch, her fellow nominee appeared to be freaked out when he looked up the see it was the Countess who had barged into him.

After rolling his eyes, the merry star put his arm back on his seat, while Gaga made her way to the stage.

The Revenent star was thoroughly embarrassed at how the whole thing had become a topic of worldwide conversation

When he discovered it had become a Twitter sensation he told E: "Oh lord, that's trending, huh? I just didn't know what was passing me. That's all!"

Gaga was moved to tears when she took to the podium. She said: "This is one of the greatest moments in my life.

"I just have to thank Ryan Murphy, Thank you to my wonderful cast. You are my family. I could name the entire cast and because of you I was able to shine."

Gaga then admitted: "I wanted to be an actress before I wanted to be a singer. But music worked first I guess."

- Daily Mail

- Daily Mail

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