Lady Gaga has had quite a year for herself, and we’re only two months into it. Gaga had the privilege of rocking the Super Bowl halftime show and now singing with Metallica at the 59th Grammy’s Sunday.
Dressed like a superfan, Lady Gaga held her own in the duo with Metallica’s front man, James Hetfield, who surprisingly harmonized very well with her, something nobody knew he could do very well.
The two sung “Moth Into Flame” before the pair ran into technical difficulties. Hetfield, the wily vet that he is, didn’t miss a note and hoped right over to his partner’s mic and continued to put on a fantastic show.
Their show didn’t go off without a few hiccups, but it made it more authentic. Lady Gaga did what she normally does-ran around the stage, hanging with all the other band mates.
Many true “metalheads” would probably consider this performance sacrilegious but time has a way of moving on and this kind of unique duo has become more common. But naysayers have to admit, they put on a good show.
Lady Gaga spoke to Apple Music on how the unlikely duo came to sign togeather. “I was at Bradley [Cooper’s] house with Lars [Ulrich] and we were just hanging out. He’s amazing. 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,” she said.
Her year is just getting started and she has no plans of slowing down. Recently, Gaga announced her world tour that will cover her latest album “Joanne.”
The performance capped off a Grammy’s that any Republican would be proud of with Joy Villa’s pro-Trump dress stealing the show. Unfortunately, many stout Republicans probably didn’t tune in with due to Hollywood’s anti-Trump rants. They missed a good show.