Lady Gaga Channels David Bowie For Grammys Tribute Honoring The Late Artist

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16 Feb2016
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On Monday, February 15, Lady Gaga took the stage at the 2016 Grammy Awards to deliver a memorable tribute to the late artist, who passed away early last month.

Fresh off an amazing rendition of The National Anthem at Super Bowl 50 and winning her first Golden Globe for her role on American Horror Story: Hotel, Lady Gaga has sure been on fire having probably one of the best years of her career, and so early into the new year. Last night was icing on the cake for the ARTPOP queen who got to perform a tribute to a man she called her hero.

Days before Gaga took the stage to perform some of Bowie’s greatest hits; she immortalized the man forever on her rib cage getting a tattoo of his face on her. What look did she go for? The iconic Aladdin Sane imagine in which Gaga describes as the image that changed her life.

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During the Grammy tribute, Gaga performed some of Bowie’s most beloved tunes like: “Space Oddity,” “Changes,” “Ziggy Stardust,” “Suffragette City,” “Rebel Rebel,” “Fashion,” “Fame,” “Under Pressure,” Let’s Dance,” and “Heroes” with an interactive performances with the help of Intel.

Watch Lady Gaga’s memorable tribute to the late David Bowie during the 2016 Grammy Awards below. Share your thoughts in the comments.

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2 Comments

  • Karin • 2 years ago

    I thought Lady Gaga was fabulous, and did Bowie’s music justice as well as anyone could. Bowie’s career was all about challenging gender stereotypes, so it was especially apropos that the tribute was performed by a woman, and one who like him has become an icon for the LGBT community. There’s only one thing I would’ve changed: I think another musician should have joined her for a duet of Under Pressure to memorialize both Bowie and Freddie Mercury. Other than that, it was perfect.
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    • Amber Dover • 2 years ago

      Great points! Thanks for your insight.

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