Julie Mazziotta and Char Adams
January 10, 2016 10:00 PM

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has spoken, and they want your bad romance, Lady Gaga.

On Sunday, the chart-topper took home the Golden Globe for her soul- and body-baring performance in American Horror Story: Hotel, claiming the statuette for best actress in a limited series or TV movie.

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“It’s like one of the greatest moments of my life,” a tearful Gaga said in her acceptance speech. She thanked her cast mates Matt Bomer and Denis O’Hare, as well as show creator Ryan Murphy, among others.

“You’re my family forever,” she said after receiving a standing ovation from her peers in the audience.

Lady Gaga

The 29-year-old won out over her fellow nominees Kirsten Dunst of Fargo, Sarah Hay of Flesh & Bone, Felicity Huffman of American Crime and Queen Latifah from Bessie.

Kevin Hart and Ken Jeong presented the award.

Hosted once again by Ricky Gervais, the 73rd annual Golden Globes are being presented live from Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, on NBC.

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