Leonardo DiCaprio VS Lady Gaga: Golden Globes Winners Confirms No Bad Blood Between Them

By Jaja Agpalo January 12, 2016 6:52 PM EST
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IN PHOTO: Cast member Lady Gaga poses at a premiere screening of "American Horror Story: Hotel" in Los Angeles, California October 3, 2015. (Photo: REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni)

Fellow Golden Globes winners Leonardo DiCaprio and Lady Gaga confirmed that there is no bad blood between them. As a matter of fact, the two laughed off that viral Golden Globes 2016 moment during a CAA afterparty on Sunday and bonded over the snag that was caught on camera.

"Leo was shocked that his chuckle at Gaga went viral and became a thing," the partygoer told Us Weekly. It was even stated that "The Revenant" actor and the "American Horror Story: Hotel" actress all laughed while they were watching the viral clip back at the afterparty at Sunset Tower in West Hollywood.

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"They hung out for twenty minutes laughing and chatting and Leo explained that he had no idea she was even behind him when she walked up," the same unnamed source added on. "He was having a moment laughing with who he was sitting with about something else and then his elbow was out and he had no idea she was walking by - it's so crowded in that room."

International Design Times previously reported that Leonardo could not stop laughing when Lady Gaga was pronounced as the winner of the award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or TV movie. The "Titanic" lead star was caught off guard by the camera when the "Poker Face" singer passed him on her way to the stage.

However, the source said that it is not really something serious that fans should be worried about. "He certainly wasn't laughing at her at all and she didn't think he was," the insider concluded of the viral issue. "They were all laughing together about how funny the whole thing was."

Meanwhile, aside from Lady Gaga winning an award, Leonardo also took home the award for the Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama Category for his role in "The Revenant." With his remarkable acting prowess in the said movie, some critics claimed that it is possible for the 41-year-old "Catch Me If You Can" actor to get his first-ever Oscar this year.

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