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We do not deserve Lady Gaga

Last night, Lady Gaga was a definite fan favorite at the 64th annual Grammys. After being praised at the Oscars last week for the way she assisted actress and icon Liza Minnelli when presenting the final award of the night, many are celebrating and sharing their love and admiration for Lady Gaga after her appearance at the Grammys, from helping singer SZA with her dress after she beat her in a nomination and her lovely tribute to Tony Bennett last night. Fans also celebrated that she won a Grammy for best traditional pop album, making it her 13th Grammy win.

When Lady Gaga arrived, she was attributed with looking very classically beautiful, with an “old Hollywood” kind of glam. The excitement for Gaga did not end here though, and many on Twitter joked that the Grammys were like a “Lady Gaga meet and greet” as it seemed everyone there wanted to meet and chat with Gaga, but you cannot blame them. Then, Gaga took the stage in a long, elegant blue gown, where she performed “Love for Sale” and “Do I love you” as a solo, although it was originally a duet between her and Tony Bennett. Bennett, a long-time friend, was unable to appear at the Grammys due to his ongoing struggle with Alzheimer’s. During her performance, she tells Tony that she loves and misses him. Many cried with Lady Gaga at the end of her song, especially as she touched her shoulder, indicating the photo of the two of them behind her.

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Then, as if you could love Lady Gaga, even more, she began to trend on Twitter after she helped pick up the train of SZA’s dress, who was on crutches. Although SZA was going to accept an award that Gaga was nominated for as well, she helps pick up and carry the train of her dress and set it down once she got to the stage, offering her assistance. She also began to tear up during Doja Cat’s acceptance speech, as this was her first Grammy win.

On Instagram, she told fans that they lightened her spirits “on a night where I truly missed my friend—he would have been so happy that in 2022 everyone stood up for Jazz,” proving once again what a sweet soul Lady Gaga is and why we don’t deserve her.