Lady Gaga was on bridesmaid duties. The "Born This Way" singer, 33, served as a bridesmaid at her best friend and longtime makeup artist Sarah Tanno and husband Tim Stewart’s wedding on Saturday, November 16.
The singer shared several pictures of herself wearing a silk pink gown with a high leg slit. She also rocking bubblegum pink hair on her Instagram Story while out on the beach.
“Two of my best friends just got married. Time to party!” Gaga captioned one of her snaps. She also tagged Sarah,38, with whom she created her new beauty line Haus Laboratories, in the photo.
In another photo, the “Bad Romance” singer posed with another bridesmaid on the beach as they each put one leg up while holding their flowers as the sun set beautifully behind them. Gaga later gushed over the bride and groom as she shared a photo with the caption, “Congratulations I love you” followed by a pink heart emoji.
The night before the wedding in Mexico, Sarah shared an image of her bridal party on her Instagram including Gaga who attended the rehearsal dinner. “What a perfect rehearsal dinner under the stars with all my besties. My bridal party!” the makeup artist wrote.
The “Poker Face” singer wore a black dress and hoop earrings with her pink hair in a bun for the occasion. Gaga admitted that she was “in a lot of pain” while attending Sarah’s bachelorette party. The party was held just one day after the star fell offstage during a performance and landed on her back.
Though Gaga is known for her platinum blonde hair, the star decided to ditch the blond and debuted a bolder pink look in October 2019. The new look was in celebration of the A Star Is Born soundtrack going pink platinum. “A year ago, A Star was Born, and here we are 6 times pink platinum,” Gaga wrote on Instagram while holding her plaque.
When asked whether she felt pressured to outdo herself artistically, Gaga revealed to Oprah in an interview in Elle magazine that she didn’t feel the need to. “Not anymore,” the singer said. “I used to, though. I would use the word 'bemuse,' which is basically putting the audience in a state of confusion where they can’t look away. I used to just go, 'What am I going to do next to get people’s attention?”