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What Was Going on with Lady Gaga and Metallica's Grammy Performance

What Was Going on with Lady Gaga and Metallica's Grammy Performance

Luckily they were able to recover for the rest of their performance of Moth Into The Flame, although it definitely wasn't our fave. Her Super Bowl performance contained everything that makes Lady Gaga great: her best hits, her sense of spectacle, and her fantastic vocals. During Grammy 2016, Lady Gaga got a David Bowie's "Aladdin Sane" album cover because her performance was dedicated to David Bowie who died of cancer previous year.

Ch-ch-check out their performance (above)!

But it's a good thing Gaga showed up for her cameo, because after roaring into a pyrotechnic laden intro, singer/guitarist James Hetfield stepped up to his mic only to find that it didn't work.

Lady Gaga pretty much blew our minds last weekend with her Super Bowl performance, political or otherwise, so we had some pretty high expectations when we heard she'd be performing tonight with rock Gods Metallica.

As one of the unlikelier pairings of the evening, Gaga and Metallica didn't let their disparate genres keep them from synthesizing a fiery performance. Gaga ended up sharing her perfectly okay mic with Hetfield.

The pop star stunned at the awards show, flaunting her toned physique in a tiny pair of hot trousers and a cropped Metallica band tee.

At one point, Gaga got into the spirit and jumped in to crowdsurf. "He's fantastic. I went to see them live, I saw them recently and we were watching the show, those guys play better than they've played in their whole lives".

The idea for the duet came about after she got chatting to Metallica's Lars Ulrich at Bradley Cooper's house party, she told Zane Lowe on his Apple Beats 1 Radio show.

This was Metallica's fourth time performing on stage, and this year were nominated for Best Rock Song for the "Hardwired" from their most recent album Hardwired... to Self-Destruct.

"I know it's live TV", she said, followed by an expletive that was bleeped out.


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