Last week she took the Grammy Awards stage to show her respect for the late David Bowie, and Lady Gaga says she wouldn’t be the star she is today if not for the eccentric British singer.
During an interview with NPR, the “Just Dance” diva declared, "I feel like my whole career is a tribute to David Bowie. I was 19 years old, and [his Aladdin Sane album cover] just changed my perspective on everything, forever. It was an image that changed my life."
On the heels of her fabulous rendition of the National Anthem at Super Bowl 50 earlier this month, Lady Gaga took the Grammystage last night (February 15) and sang a breathtaking medley of David Bowie songs in honor of the late, great musician.
Mother Monster covered songs like “Space Oddity,” “Let’s Dance,” “Fame,” “Fashion,” “Rebel Rebel,” “Suffragette City” and “Heroes” during the course of the performance, complete with several costume changes.
The rapper was an early triple winner, picking up Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song for Alright and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for These Walls at the pre-awards prizegiving, and he then claimed Best Rap Album honours for To Pimp A Butterfly, while Brittany Howard's acclaimed group landed the Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song gongs for Don't Wanna Fight, and the Best Alternative Music Album award for Sound & Color.
The 'Born This Way' superstar will perform a special tribute to Bowie at Monday's (February 15) Grammy Awards, where the music legend will be posthumously celebrated with the Lifetime Achievement prize.
Lady Gaga is to honour her idol David Bowie by performing a special tribute to the late rocker at the upcoming Grammy Awards.
The music legend, who passed away on 10 January (16) after a battle with cancer, is to be awarded the organisation's Lifetime Achievement prize, and Grammy bosses have now confirmed Gaga will hit the stage for a special performance in his memory.
He’s one of the most iconic alternative music artists of all time, and sadly David Bowie passed away on Sunday (January 10) at 69 years of age.
The “Let’s Dance” singer not only scored big with hits like “China Girl,” “Fashion,” “Rebel Rebel,” “Life On Mars” and “Changes,” but he also starred in films like “Labyrinth,” “The Last Temptation of Christ” and “Just a Gigolo.”