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Lady Gaga's dress was stolen and put up for auction

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29 Oct 2019

A very dramatic story, which is worthy of a film adaptation, is unfolding in Los Angeles. The famous singer Lady Gaga’s luxurious dress by Valentino, in which she was shining at the Golden globe awards this year, was stolen. Representatives of the Valentino brand informed Beverly hills police about this accident.

However, the dress was quickly found: it was put up for sale. The outfit with an approximate value of 5 million dollars was auctioned for 8 thousand dollars! An employee of the Beverly Hilton hotel, which usually hosts the Golden Globe ceremony, Sara Corea, was behind all this. However, according to Sara, she didn’t steal the dress at all. The woman, who has been involved in the preparation of the ceremony for 24 years, says that she found the outfit in Lady Gaga's room. Corea immediately took the dress to the Department of lost things, but then the dress was returned to her allegedly as a gift from Lady Gaga.

It is unknown yet, whether Gaga really made such a generous gift, but Valentino’s representatives say that the singer had no right to do so, because the outfit is still owned by the company. Now representatives of hotel together with the Valentino company try to understand the situation.

Silk lavender-blue Valentino dress with a ten-meter train can be called “the very happy one” for Lady Gaga, because she received the award for best song for the film "A Star Is Born" in that very dress. Her outfit was reminiscent of the famous Judy Garland dress, in which the actress and singer also received an award for her role in the film "A Star Is Born" in 1954.

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