Lady Gaga and Madonna finally ended their years-long feud at an Oscars party on Saturday night – a reunion RadarOnline.com reported first!
In a shocking photo, shown below, the Queen of pop and the Oscar winner were snapped in a loving embrace at an afterparty on Sunday, Feb. 24. Radar exclusively reported on Saturday that Madonna, 60, recently extended an olive branch to Gaga, 32, by inviting her to a party after the awards show.
“Madonna would make peace with the devil if it made her relevant again,” a source told Radar at the time.
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The “Vogue” singer was wearing a silver and gold headpiece as she cozied up to Gaga, who had just received the Oscar for Best Original Song earlier in the night.
Gaga also turned heads on Sunday as she and co-star Bradley Cooper performed a hot performance of “Shallow” and got a little too close for comfort on the piano.
As Radar readers know, Madonna and Gaga’s feud erupted in 2011 when the Material Girl called Gaga a “reductive” imitation of herself.
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Gaga brushed off the drama claiming, “I don’t give a f**k what people say.”
Then, two years ago, Gaga slammed Madonna, implying the two were different because Gaga writes her own songs.
The newly-minted Oscar winner added at the time: “There is spontaneity to my work. I allow myself to fail. I allow myself to break. I’m not afraid of my flaws.”
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A source previously told Radar that Madonna viewed Gaga’s award-winning success for her role in A Star Is Born as the perfect time to bury the hatchet.
“Madonna has new music coming out this year and being attached to Gaga again would help her,” the source explained.
Judging by the looks of the intimate photo above, consider the beef between these two squashed.
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