Lady Gaga memes are breaking the internet and it’s all thanks to this hilarious Golden Globes interview

11 January 2019, 13:53

Sam  Prance

By Sam Prance

The internet has turned Lady Gaga into a meme and it's relatable af...

It is no secret that Lady Gaga is having a moment right now. Ever since the A Star Is Born trailer came out last year, fans and the general public alike have been raving about the popstar turned actress. From her critically-acclaimed performance in the film to its stunning soundtrack, the entire world is obsessed with all things Gaga right now and cannot wait to see what the 32-year-old does next.

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With that in mind, it should come as no surprise that Gaga is currently dominating awards season. National Board of Review just gave her their coveted Best Actress award and 'Shallow' is nominated for four Grammys. Not to mention Gaga just won Best Original Song at the Golden Globes. However, it's this Golden Globes interview that went viral and now it's become a hilarious meme.

The best Lady Gaga Golden Globes interview memes
The best Lady Gaga Golden Globes interview memes. Picture: Entertainment Tonight // Twitter

If you've seen any of the Lady Gaga interviews from the Golden Globes, you will have noticed that she was literally living her best life all night long. Not only did she look resplendent in a lilac gown but she was also hilarious (and potentially a little bit tipsy). In fact, Gaga was so funny that now one moment from the evening has been transformed into a new meme and it's genius.

The meme is simple. In it Gaga looks completely bewildered and says "you know what... i... we didn't say that... i... no but it looks an awful lot like that, doesn't it?" and now people are applying it to some of the most relatable situations. Confused? We have gathered together just a few of the funniest ones below.

First things first it works for accidental texts.

We've all been there.

Or just sexts.

No comment.

When you give that fuckboy another chance.


The meme is targeting young closeted gays...

This is triggering.

...Rachel Weisz...


...and everyone on Twitter basically.

This is embarrassing.

It's getting into very specific tweets.

I'm crying.

People are really out here tweeting their every thought.


Like every thought.

The fan fiction jumped out.

In conclusion, no one is safe.

I'm logging off and never using social media again.