Lady Gaga just better be crowned Pop queen already because she is really on a momentum in 2016. She kicked off the year by winning a Golden Globe award for acting in American Horror Story with her brilliant performance.
Earlier in the year it was announced that she will be releasing a much-anticipated pop album, after the video to her single Till It Happens To You went viral.
And now, it has been made official that Gaga will also be giving us not one, but TWO live performances on two huge platforms –
Lady Gaga is set to pay tribute to the late David Bowie at this year’s Grammy awards ceremony. Producer Ken Ehrlich stated that she had already been booked for the show, but after Bowie passed away due to cancer, it was modified to include a tribute to the pop icon. Lady Gaga was recorded as saying that the Ziggy Stardust star has been one of her greatest influences in her career and has even dressed as him on a couple of occasions. Powered by Intel, the performance is scheduled to be a massive tribute, with lights and fanfare and Gaga will be performing 4 of the slain star’s popular hits. In addition, David Bowie will also posthumously be awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution to the pop genre as well as to fashion and culture. For more on this story, visit vulture.com.
The second performance for Lady Gaga is going to be at this year’s Super Bowl when the Carolina Panthers take on the Denver Broncos at the Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. The pop queen will be performing the Star Spangled Banner for live audiences across the United States. Other stars scheduled to perform are Coldplay and possibly Beyoncé during halftime. For more on this story, visit billboard.com.
Another landmark achievement for Lady Gaga is her nomination at this year’s Oscars for her single Till It Happens To You. Here’s wishing the fantastic woman all the best for 2016!