Lady Gaga pays tribute to David Bowie at Grammys

| Tuesday, February 16, 2016 - 14:13
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Gaga has long cited Bowie as an inspiration | Photo: IANS

Los Angeles: Singer Lady Gaga remembered late singer David Bowie with a sprawling tribute, while performing a medley of his hit songs at the 58th annual Grammy Awards.
Gaga donned Bowie-inspired make-up, bright red hair and an elaborate white outfit as she sang Bowie’s most memorable singles including 'Space oddity', 'Changes', 'Ziggy stardust', 'Suffragette city', 'Rebel, rebel', 'Fashion', 'Fame', 'Let’s dance', 'Heroes' and 'Under pressure'. 
This year’s Grammy Awards took place at the Staples Centre here on Monday. 
Bowie passed away last month, just two days after his 69th birthday. 
At the end of the performance, a photograph of Bowie appeared on the screen behind Gaga as she gave a spirited spin. 
Gaga has long cited Bowie as an inspiration. Ahead of her performance, she shared a video on her Instagram while preparing her make-up, shredding a single tear while listening to Bowie’s “Blackstar” of his album of the same name. 
“The world loves you David,” she wrote in the caption. 
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