Lady Gaga's wedding dress in the House of Gucci movie is making us want to get married

See the astonishing transformation of Lady Gaga as a bride

 Lady Gaga attends The Daily Front Row's 5th Annual Fashion Los Angeles Awards at Beverly Hills Hotel on March 17, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California.
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Sound the wedding bells! The production for House of Gucci has officially been seen filming its wedding scenes. To confirm it, Lady Gaga was even photographed wearing one of the gorgeous wedding dresses - did we expect anything less, though?

Lady Gaga is starring as Patrizia Reggiani in the upcoming biographical crime film about Patrizia's involvement in the 1995 assassination of her ex-husband, Maurizio Gucci. While on set, Gaga was captured filming what appeared to be a crucial scene in the movie.

The scene most likely chronicles the 1973 nuptials between Patrizia and Maurizio. Gaga was seen walking on set, completely transformed for the scene. In the photo, her classic blonde locks were traded for perfectly curled brunette hair. She also sports a mid-length lace wedding gown with a matching lace cape and a black and gold belt to finish the look. In true Gucci fashion, it's the chicest thing we've seen.

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Lady Gaga wearing a bride gown on "House of Gucci" set on April 7, 2021 in Rome, Italy.

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The film is sure to serve us a crazy plot and killer fashion moments, with US Weekly even reporting that Gucci's chief executive Marco Bizzarri opened up the Gucci archives to bring more realistic fashion to the film.

We can also expect to see Adam Driver starring alongside Gaga as Maurizio and Jared Leto, who will play the fashion designer Paolo Gucci. The announcement came when Gaga and Adam were captured together in an Instagram post that Gaga shared with her followers, writing, "Signore e Signora Gucci #HouseOfGucci."

After the announcement, Gaga and Adam were seen filming more scenes together on set in Rome as they work to wrap up the movie. The much-anticipated film will follow the on-screen couple's marriage, divorce, and the aftermath of Maurizio's assassination by a hitman, which occurred in 1995.