Lady Gaga Reveals How Taylor Kinney Reacted to Her 'AHS' Golden Globe Nomination

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Taylor Kinney was very excited about Lady Gaga's Golden Globe nomination!

"He was screaming on the phone, we were both laughing," Gaga told Entertainment Tonight on Friday at the Billboard Women in Music event. "We're both very, very excited. It's a huge honor!"

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It sounds very similar to Gaga's own reaction. The American Horror Story: Hotel star tweeted on Thursday, "I apologize to my neighbors I'm still screaming in my apt in NY!"

But Gaga scored another big honor on Friday at the Billboard celebration in New York City, where she was named Woman of the Year.

"I can't even believe that I'm here," she mused on the red carpet. "I remember coming here years ago for being a breakout artist when Beyonce was being honored with Woman of the Year, and to be here now is just so exciting. I'm just so happy and grateful."

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Also on hand to celebrate the superstar was her Cheek to Cheek collaborator, Tony Bennett. The music legend couldn't help but sing her praises -- but admitted that he hasn't seen her work on the small screen.

"I haven't watched it yet," he confessed to ET. "She doesn't want me to see it."

Considering Gaga's first moments on the series consisted of a bloody orgy, (and there has been no shortage of sexy screen time since) we don't blame her!

Still, Bennett added: "I'll see it eventually."

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Talk turned serious on Friday with Gaga's decision to speak openly about her own experience with sexual assault as a teenager. The singer created waves with her powerful "Til It Happens to You" performance earlier this year, as featured in the campus rape doc, The Hunting Ground, and made headlines with her powerful comments on a panel for TimesTalk. 

"You change the world by sharing your stories with other people and sharing your wisdom and knowledge of what you've learned," Gaga told ET. "For me, it's important to share that part of myself with my fans because they share it with me all the time to inspire the music."