Lady Gaga is feeling celebratory after pulling in three Grammy nominations on Wednesday for A Star Is Born soundtrack.
The lead single off that soundtrack, Shallow, won Best Pop Duo and Best Song Written for a Visual Medium, though the soundtrack itself was ineligible last year because it was released after the October 1, 2018 deadline.
Gaga was nominated for Song of the Year for Always Remember Us This Way, Best Compilation Soundtrack for Digital Media and Best Song Written for Visual Media for I'll Never Love Again (Film Version).
She took to Instagram to share a video from last year of her and Shallow producer Ben Rice celebrating finishing the soundtrack, plus a heartfelt message to her fans.
'I am overwhelmed with joy that our work on A Star Is Born continues to be recognized over a year after it was released. THANK U for the 3 Grammy nominations today!!' she said.
'This is me and my engineer, and co-producer of “Shallow”, Ben Rice on July 9, 2018 when we turned in the final master for the soundtrack,' she added.
'And it’s the exact same mood that I have today finding out we were nominated for best compilation soundtrack, song of the year, and best song written for visual media (the song categories for two years in a row)!
'I love you all, thank you for the love and support!' she concluded.
While Gaga is celebrating her nominations, many are surprised that A Star Is Born Soundtrack is not up for Album of the Year.
The Star Is Born soundtrack was beat out by I, I by Bon Iver, Norman F—ing Rockwell! by Lana Del Rey, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? by Billie Eilish, Thank U, Next by Ariana Grande I Used To Know Her by H.E.R., 7 by Lil Nas X
“Cuz I Love You” (Deluxe) by Lizzo and Father of the Bride by Vampire Weekend.
Gaga's hit Shallow had previously won the Oscar and a Golden Globe for Best Original Song during last year's awards season.
Gaga is gearing up for the final two legs of her Enigma residency tour, at the Park Theatre in Las Vegas, with Leg 4 taking place December 28, 30 and 31, with Leg 5 running from April 16 through May 30.
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