Lady Gaga, Emmy, 2015

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Lady Gaga, you're killin' it!

The singer was quite the vision when entering the red carpet for the 2015 Emmy Awards today in Los Angeles. Stepping out of a white Rolls Royce Phantom, Gaga gracefully strut across the street in a way that nobody could ignore.

No, seriously. Cameras caught it, the Twitterverse is going nuts about it, and Ryan Seacrest and Jimmy Fallon couldn't help but comment on it.

(Seacrest called her "regal," while the late-night funnyman simply explained, "When you tour with Tony Bennett that happens. She's a movie star from the '50s, '40s. Glamorous, gorgeous, beautiful.")

The hype is true, though.

While Gaga has been known to wear some really bizarre looks, she stepped out today in a minimalist, one-shoulder black Brandon Maxwell gown that was both elegant and glamorous.

Her makeup was subtle and her short blond tresses styled in a old Hollywood bob.

Mother Monster is taking her talents to the small screen, appearing on Ryan Murphy's latest creation, American Horror Story: Hotel, and her co-stars couldn't help but gush about her on the red carpet.

"Awesome very free," Angela Bassett told Seacrest when asked what celeb is like on set. "She's liberal. Born free. She's so creatively intelligent. Without a doubt, most of my scenes have been with her. It's amazing. She's everything that I thought she would be you know, creative, generous, warm, funny."

Meanwhile, Sarah Paulson admitted that she's trying to make Gaga her best friend, but so far, nothing's happened. "I don't want to overwhelm her," she told Giuliana Rancic. LOL!

Don't miss Fashion Police's 2015 Emmys special tomorrow night at 8 p.m.

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