After a rousing performance by Kendrick Lamar, Lady Gaga took to the Grammys stage with a much more somber offering. The multiple Grammy winner brought two tracks off her 4th album Joanne to the stage when she performed part of “Joanne,” the album’s title track and “A Million Reasons,” which she has now trotted out onto television a few too many times.
Most people were “gaga” over the performance.
Now I’m in tears- thank you @ladygaga #AngelEnergy
— Bella Hadid (@bellahadid) January 29, 2018
“Time’s Up.” —Lady Gaga says before performing “Million Reasons” at the #GRAMMYS pic.twitter.com/Fw0Ra8xc8p
— BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) January 29, 2018
Lady Gaga is so incredibly talented, and everyone should watch the Neflix documentary that shows her writing Joanne
— Emily C. Singer (@CahnEmily) January 29, 2018
lady gaga puts her all in her performance i am near tears fucking hell
— sara (@thisbemesara) January 29, 2018
us at this @ladygaga performance at the #GRAMMYs pic.twitter.com/Jf4dTYbJhq
— GLAAD (@glaad) January 29, 2018
the determination in lady gaga’s eyes as she’s singing this. her energy is unmatched.
— James Harness (@JamesHarness) January 29, 2018
Name one bad Lady Gaga live performance. We’ll wait… #GRAMMYs pic.twitter.com/p2ZKw9LupP
— Dose (@dose) January 29, 2018
Lady Gaga truly is a gay fantasia on national themes
— Richard Lawson (@rilaws) January 29, 2018
Lady Gaga looks stunning 💕
— SaraBeth (@SBSwags) January 29, 2018
Gaga always sounds good, but I was mostly impressed she pulled off a Grammy booking for that project.
— Michael Arceneaux (@youngsinick) January 29, 2018
That was my favorite Lady Gaga performance at the #GRAMMYs since she opened the show with Elton John in 2010.
— Ramin Setoodeh (@RaminSetoodeh) January 29, 2018
During the performance, Gaga said “Time’s Up,” a reference to the #TimesUp movement, meant to bring light to women facing sexual assault in and out of the entertainment industry. Several celebritiesall of them womenshouted out the movement during their Golden Globes speeches, as well.
Gaga has spoken about sexual assault in her music before. She released the song “Til It Happens To You,” which she performed at the 2016 Academy Awards, to bring light to campus sexual assault.
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