Lady Gaga Performs ‘Joanne’ and ‘Million Reasons’ at 2018 Grammy Awards
Lady Gaga never fails to wow a crowd, and tonight was no different at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards.
After making a statement with her look on the Grammys red carpet, the Best Pop Vocal Album nominee came through and stunned with a simple yet elegant performance of "Joanne (Where Do You Think You're Goin'?)," transitioning beautifully into "Million Reasons."
Accompanied by producer Mark Ronson, Gaga looked angelic in an all-white gown, a grand piano covered in massive angel wings complementing her ethereal aesthetic.
Gaga also took a few moments to dedicate her performance to her late aunt, Joanne Germanotta, for whom her album Joanne was written for.
"This is for my father's late sister Joanne," the 31-year-old singer explained. "This is for love and compassion, even when you can't understand."
Lady Gaga was nominated for two awards at this year's Grammys: Best Pop Vocal Album for Joanne and Best Pop Solo Performance for "Million Reasons."
Check out Gaga's new stripped-down version of "Joanne (Where Do You Think You're Goin'?)" below: