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Glenn Close on Lady Gaga: “She’s such a good lady, she’s so deeply talented”

Glenn Close was recently interview by Entertainment Weekly where she talked about her Golden Globe noms for her role in “The Wife”. Glenn has been long-time friends with Lady Gaga’s mother, Cynthia. 

She says that her and Cynthia might break into another apartment as a celebration if she wins an award: “Oh my God, that was incredible. That was such a New York moment,” Close lightheartedly recalls to EW of the time she and longtime friend Cynthia Germanotta — mama to Mother Monster — charmed their way into a stranger’s apartment after a casual lunch in Manhattan.

She plans to congratulate Lady Gaga if she wins a Golden Globe Award: “I’m going to reach [out to her to say congratulations]. Right now, I get to Stefani through Cynthia. I’m thrilled for her and I know she wanted to become an actress before she became a singer, so she’s fulfilling her initial passion that she has. It’s very cool. I can’t get behind the idea that there are winners and losers…. I sat next to Lady Gaga at the Hollywood Reporter roundtable the other day, and she’s such a good lady. She’s so deeply talented, as are the other ladies around that table.”

However, Glenn doesn’t believe that there are losers, everyone is a winner to her: “For me, the great honour is to be picked out of a crowd as one of five in this incredibly competitive profession we’re in… You can’t compare my performance with Gaga’s or Melissa [McCarthy]’s or Nicole [Kidman’s]’s; You can’t. I can understand why there have to be winners and losers, but I don’t buy into it.”

This article originally appeared on Entertainment Weekly.

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