Girl Gaga introduced the home down on the 2019 Grammys with a high-energy efficiency of her (already two-time Grammy-winning) track “Shallow” from the A Star Is Born soundtrack.
Clad in a silver glowing physique swimsuit with matching eye shadow, Gaga hit the stage along with her “Shallow” co-songwriters Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando, and Andrew Wyatt. Ronson performed the guitar half carried out by Bradley Cooper’s character, Jackson Maine, within the film. Cooper needed to miss the Grammys to attend at present’s BAFTA ceremony in London, the place A Star Is Born took dwelling the prize for Greatest Movie Music.
“Shallow” and A Star Is Born are collectively sweeping awards season; “Shallow” received two Grammys at tonight’s present (for Greatest Tune Written for Visible Media
and Greatest Pop Duo/Group Efficiency) and received the Golden Globe for Greatest Unique Tune and the Critics’ Selection Award for Greatest Tune again in January. (Gaga additionally received the Critics’ Selection Award for Greatest Actress). The film can be nominated for eight Oscars this 12 months, together with “Shallow” for Greatest Unique Tune and Girl Gaga for Greatest Actress.
Throughout her speech to simply accept the Grammy for Greatest Pop Duo/Group Efficiency, Girl Gaga gave a tearful shoutout to co-star Bradley Cooper (“Bradley, I cherished singing this track with you”) and made a transferring attraction for psychological well being consciousness:
“If I do not get one other likelihood to say this, I simply need to say I am so proud to be part of a film that addresses psychological well being points. They’re so vital. Quite a lot of artists cope with that. And we gotta handle one another. So when you see someone that is hurting, do not look away. And when you’re hurting, though it could be onerous, attempt to discover that bravery inside your self to dive deep and go inform someone and take them up in your head with you.
“Shallow” continues to be pending two wins at tonight’s Grammys: File of the Yr and Tune of the Yr.
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