Lady Gaga literally stood on the floor to help Sza with her dress

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After she had lost a grammy to her and it is a lesson of grace.

Gaga also paid a moving tribute to Tony Bennett at the ceremony, as her “ongoing battle with Alzheimer’s” forced her to perform her duet without him.

While last week’s Academy Awards might have been dramatically overshadowed by a certain actor slapping a certain comedian in the face, there were also some believable celebrity breakthrough stories.

One of them was Lady Gaga’s sweet stage appearance with Liza Minnelli, 76, as they jointly announced this year’s Best Picture winner. Gaga has been praised for helping the Hollywood legend, who has retreated from the spotlight in recent years, without being “condescending” or “goofy.” . “In her rare public appearance, Liza was using a wheelchair and, at times, seemed unsure of what to do. But Gaga literally held her hand during the segment, also allowing Liza to have her moment in the reflector.

When Liza fumbled with her notes and said, “I don’t understand,” Gaga gently reassured her as she took over, before offering a comforting nod when it was time to talk about Liza. Just before the nominees were announced, a sweet private exchange between the two stars was captured on their microphones as Gaga walked up to Liza and whispered, “I got you,” to which Liza replied, “I know , thank you.” . Viewers were amazed by the subtle way Gaga supported Liza during what could have been an incredibly overwhelming experience and also praised how the pop star was able to help without being humiliating and yet still smoothly moving the segment. One person at the time tweeted, “The way Lady Gaga was able to handle the situation to keep the show going that moved and preserved Liza’s dignity was masterful and shows how kind of a heart she has.”

And just a week later, Gaga’s caring spirit struck again after she was seen descending to the floor to help SZA with her dress as she took the stage to accept her Grammy on Sunday night. Although SZA and Doja Cat beat out Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, Gaga showed no hard feelings and was eager to make sure her opponent was just perfect on stage. SZA, who used crutches, wore a gorgeous dress with a long tulle train, which got tangled as she took the stage. Noticing the problem as she applauded the two women’s victory for their song “Kiss Me More”, Gaga didn’t hesitate as she squatted down in her beautiful dress and solved the problem. Gaga picked up the train and carried it gently until SZA was closer to the stage, where she gently let go of the fabric and maneuvered it into position.

Viewers who noticed the sweet gesture were quick to praise Gaga for her kindness and kindness to SZA.

“I don’t know what y’all are saying but gaga was too nice to be the one to help Sza,” one wrote. Another added: “Lady Gaga wearing the train of her SZA dress was an atmosphere. I love seeing women looking for women.” Between Lady Gaga’s compassion for Liza Minelli at the Oscars, her Grammy tribute to Tony Bennett and then helping SZA with her dress to get on stage (on crutches), how can we not honor her kindness more? “, someone else asked.” LADY GAGA HELPS SZA ON STAGE women supporting women,” another tweeted. Another one said, “Doja and SZA are so great together while Gaga helped dress SZA. I mean, the women are really thriving and supporting each other there.” But believe it or not, that wasn’t the only moment that caught the eye in this category either, with SZA collaborator Doja Cat letting out laughs as she frantically rushed onto the stage to accepting the price as she repaired her groin.

Doja laughed as she explained she did, she was in the bathroom just before their win was announced, joking that “she’s never peed so fast” in her life. Although she didn’t win a Grammy for her and Tony Bennett’s ‘I Get a Kick Out of You’ duet, Gaga performed two of their songs at yesterday’s ceremony. Unfortunately, Tony was unable to join her on stage for the performance “due to her ongoing battle with Alzheimer’s disease”. However, he presented Gaga with a pre-recorded message, and she was sure to pay her friend a heartwarming tribute in.

Gaga performed “Do I Love You” and “Love for Sale” from her and Tony’s jazz LP, and seemed to choke as she saw the flashes of images of her and Tony performing together on the screens behind her. Hitting the final note, he apparently fought back tears as he waved at the camera and said, “We love you Tony. We miss you.” Tony retired from acting in 2021 and his son Danny Bennett previously confirmed that while his father was invited to perform at this year’s Grammys, he could not attend.


” Although producers had invited Tony and Gaga, It is unfortunate that he was unable to accept Sunday’s Grammy broadcast due to his ongoing battle with Alzheimer’s,” she told fans at the time. “It was decided that it would be appropriate for Lady Gaga to perform alone, to represent them both.” Gaga and Tony ended up taking home the award for Best Traditional Music Pop Vocal Album, making 95-year-old Tony one of the Grammy winners in history, following Pinetop Perkins, who won in 2011 won the Grammy for Best Traditional Blues Album at the age of 97.