WATCH LADY GAGA’S EPIC TRIBUTE
TO DAVID BOWIE AT GRAMMY'S
Published on 16 February 2016
Lady Gaga paid tribute to the late David Bowie at the Grammy Award’s last night, performing a special seven-minute medley of his greatest hits. After opening with “Space Oddity” blasting through “Changes”, “Ziggy Stardust”, “Suffragette City”,“Fashion”, “Fame”, “Under Pressure” Gaga performed “Let’s Dance alongside Rodgers, three decades after he co-wrote it. She then gave way to a hologram as she performed an epic rendition of “Heroes”.
Bowie, who died last month after an 18 month-long battle with cancer, has often been credited as a great inspiration by Gaga – with the singer reportedly tattooing the icon’s face across her torso, and mentioning him in the liner notes of her debut album, The Fame. “I always felt that (Bowie’s) glamour was something he was using to express a message to people that was very healing for their souls,” she told The Hollywood Reporter after his death. “He is a true, true artist.”