Andy Samberg And Sandra Oh Totally Roasted Lady Gaga’s ‘100 People’ Line—But Gaga Didn’t Back Down ????

While promoting the new film A Star Is Born with co-star Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga fell into a pattern of telling an anecdote about the power of having someone believe in you.

In case you missed it, it went a little something like this:

“There can be 100 people in a room and 99 of those people don’t believe in you, but you just need one to believe in you.”

Gaga would then place a hand on Cooper’s arm, or indicate in some other way that he was that one person for her.

The singer said it so often while on the press tour that someone made a YouTube video compilation.


At this year’s Golden Globes, hosts Sandra Oh and Adam Samberg couldn’t resist roasting the “Shallow” pop star a little bit.


Oh started the bit during the opening monologue, saying:

“I’m just coming up with this now. There can be 100 people in the room, and 99 don’t believe in you—and you just need one to believe in you, and that was Bradley Cooper.”

And without missing a beat, Gaga shouted, “It’s true!”

Twitter loved the hosts’ riffs on Gaga’s favorite story. 


And, of course, fans loved Gaga’s salty reaction.


A Star is Born earned an award for best original song, “Shallow.” Neither Gaga nor Cooper won in their categories, which was a surprise to many fans of the musical drama. But always remember that if there are 100 people in a room…