By Olivia Bahou
Updated Jan 28, 2018 @ 6:00 pm

Lady Gaga was one of the first major stars to arrive at the 2018 Grammys and upon arrival, she immediately shut down the red carpet.

The star, who is both a nominee and performer in the show, stunned in a sheer Armani Privé dress with a crazy long black train. And while we’ve never seen Game of Thrones’s Daenerys Targaryen in black-tie attire, we’re still getting major Khaleesi vibes from Gaga’s look.

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The Grammy nominee stunned in a black gown that essentially had a sheer lace top bodysuit underneath, which you could see when she popped out a leg, Angelina Jolie–style. The dress didn’t stop there, though: It also included a massive skirt with a long train that spooled out behind her.

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Gaga accessorized with black Lorraine Schwartz earrings, major platform shoes, and a white rose that represented her affiliation with the Time’s Up movement in standing with survivors of sexual assault and harassment.

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The singer completed her look with a dramatic cat-eye and long platinum blonde braids that crossed in the back, Khaleesi-style. Black string laced the two braids together for what’s sure to be one of the most dramatic hairstyles of the night.

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Later on during the night, Gaga stripped off her black train and rocked the bodysuit by itself.

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Before hitting the carpet at all though, Gaga penned an emotional message about her album Joanne, named after her late aunt. “I have carried a deep grief in my heart over my family’s tragedy. The loss of Joanne my father so deeply that it affected me. When he cried, I cried. When he was angry, I was angry. When he hurt, I hurt,” she wrote.

“Today I transform this grief to hope and healing. After 10 years with you I still get nervous before the Grammys, but I know I have an angel with me. #Joanne.”