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Lady Gaga turns heads in dazzling silver trench coat as she heads to Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Lady Gaga shines bright in dazzling silver coat as she heads to The Late Show with Stephen Colbert during whirlwind House Of Gucci press tour


Lady Gaga turned heads in a dazzling silver trench coat as she headed to a taping of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert in New York City. 

The 35-year-old superstar was seen exiting The Lotte New York Palace on Monday evening as she continued her whirlwind House Of Gucci press tour. 

The outing comes just after the film’s dialogue coach criticized her purported ‘Italian’ accent in the movie.

Shining bright: Lady Gaga was seen heading to The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Monday evening in a dazzling silver Lanvin coat and matching pumps 

Gaga strutted her stuff in a shimmering silver trench coat fashioned by Lanvin which she wore as a dress, and a pair of metallic silver pumps. 

Her platinum locks were styled in soft glamorous waves and she flashed dangling earrings that looked like disco balls. 

Adding to her camera ready look she sported dramatic copper eye shadow and a pink lip while heading to a waiting SUV. 

The Bad Romance singer kicked off promotion for House Of Gucci in the UK, and spent the weekend in Milan, Italy before jetting to New York.

Stepping out: The 35-year-old superstar was seen exiting The Lotte New York Palace with security and headed to a waiting SUV

Stepping out: The 35-year-old superstar was seen exiting The Lotte New York Palace with security and headed to a waiting SUV

Camera ready: Her platinum locks were styled in soft glamorous waves and she flashed dangling earrings that looked like disco balls as well as heavy eye makeup

Camera ready: Her platinum locks were styled in soft glamorous waves and she flashed dangling earrings that looked like disco balls as well as heavy eye makeup 

Criticism: 'I feel bad saying this, but her accent is not exactly an Italian accent, it sounds more Russian,' House Of Gucci's dialogue coach Francesca De Martini said of Gaga

Criticism: ‘I feel bad saying this, but her accent is not exactly an Italian accent, it sounds more Russian,’ House Of Gucci’s dialogue coach Francesca De Martini said of Gaga

 Though fans are excited for the movie — which hits theatres November 24 — she has already faced criticism for the accent she used while trying to nail the part of Patrizia Reggiani.

The film’s dialogue coach Francesca De Martini told The Daily Beast that if anything she sounded more Russian than Italian. 

‘I feel bad saying this, but her accent is not exactly an Italian accent, it sounds more Russian,’ she confessed. 

De Martini had auditioned for a few parts in the Ridley Scott film but was rejected, however she was called back to help assist Gaga’s co-star, Salma Hayek with her accent. 

Flip of the hair: While strutting her stuff the A Star Is Born actress did a dramatic hair flip while heading to her car

Flip of the hair: While strutting her stuff the A Star Is Born actress did a dramatic hair flip while heading to her car

Selfie: On her way to NBC Studios, the Pokerface singer recorded herself  in the glitzy jacket and revealed she wore her own brand of Haus labs makeup

Selfie: On her way to NBC Studios, the Pokerface singer recorded herself  in the glitzy jacket and revealed she wore her own brand of Haus labs makeup 

Another day, another outfit: The Bad Romance singer kicked off promotion for House Of Gucci in the UK, and spent the weekend in Milan, Italy before jetting to New York

Another day, another outfit: The Bad Romance singer kicked off promotion for House Of Gucci in the UK, and spent the weekend in Milan, Italy before jetting to New York

Another day, another outfit: The Bad Romance singer kicked off promotion for House Of Gucci in the UK, and spent the weekend in Milan, Italy before jetting to New York  

‘What happened was this: Salma shot for one day and then asked for a dialogue coach. I think she heard the accent wasn’t right and she was worried — she wanted to do well.’  

Gaga had opened up about her method acting style approach to playing Reggiani — the notorious woman who hired a hitman to murder her ex-husband Maurizio Gucci  in 1995. 

‘I lived as her [Reggiani] for a year and a half. And I spoke with an accent for nine months of that.I never broke. I stayed with her,’ she told British Vogue, adding that she spoke as her even off camera.  

Getting glammed: Her makeup artist had shared a close up look at the songstress getting ready for the evening

Getting glammed: Her makeup artist had shared a close up look at the songstress getting ready for the evening 

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