Gaga — dressed head-to-toe in an homage to her idol — kicked things off with a dramatic rendition of “Space Oddity,” transitioning into “Changes” and “Suffragette City,” among others. She was joined on stage by Bowie’s long-time collaborator Nile Rodgers.
From the moment Gaga’s face, complete with stunning visual projections, first appeared on screen, we knew she would deliver an unforgettable Grammys performance — and she did, down to the final notes of “Heroes.”
To say that Gaga is on fire as of late would be an understatement. Not only did she take home a Golden Globe last month for her performance in FX’s American Horror Story: Hotel, but she also crushed the National Anthem at Super Bowl 50. America is loving Gaga, and she’s loving it right back.
Your take on Gaga’s tribute? Watch a segment of her performance below, then grade it and drop a comment with your full review.
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