The Favourite tipped for Critics' Choice Award glory

Lady Gaga's Critics Choice Awards bliss was smashed by the news that her beloved horse Arabella was dying

Jordan Strauss APLady Gaga's Critics Choice Awards bliss was smashed by the news that her beloved horse Arabella was dying

Lady Gaga said she rushed home from the 2019 Critics' Choice Awards to say goodbye to her dying horse. But it saddens me to say that just after the show I learned that my dear angel of a horse, Arabella, is dying.

Actress Glenn Close was awarded Best Actress for film, for her role in "The Wife", which is based on a book by Jewish author Meg Wolitzer. I am rushing to her now to say goodbye.

She concluded by sharing her hopes for Arabella, writing, "I wish for your pain to end, and the gates of heaven to open for you".

At Sunday night's Critics' Choice Awards, the Canadian star was a victor for her portrayal of MI5 agent Eve Polastri in the critically acclaimed Killing Eve and chose to use her speech to single out her British co-star and on-screen nemesis, Jodie Comer.

Lady Gaga scored the gong, and as expected, it was more dramatic than any teary moment in her actual film.

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Shortly after the show wrapped, Gaga took to social media to share with her fans the tragic news. Glenn has a foundation in support of kindness, and this is something that is so very important to me and my mother with the Born This Way Foundation. "But I just grabbed her by the mane and rode her bareback", Gaga told the publication. "My heart is exploding with pride. I love you. Girl, where do you think you're goin?"

The actress and pop star also thanked first-time director Cooper for being a "magical filmmaker" and a "magical human being".

Close, 71, repeated her success from the Golden Globes, where she was also named best actress.

She said: 'I am so honored by this.

Offbeat 18th century royal romp "The Favourite" won the award for Best Acting Ensemble, while its star Olivia Colman won the Best Actress in a Comedy award.

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