Lady Gaga stole the show at the 58th Grammy Awards with a special tribute to David Bowie directed by Nile Rodgers. Gaga did the late pop legend proud by performing an energetic 7-minute medley of his signature songs, including "Space Oddity," "Rebel Rebel," and "Fashion." The Nile Rodgers-directed tribute was highlighted by stunning visual effects created by the tech giant Intel.
"When I was 19 years old I started to live my life like him," Gaga told the Associated Press ahead of the show. "I began to consume art and fashion and art history and a combination of those things, performance technique... and I only hung out with people that were artists and that was the way that he was and I learned that from him. What I'm trying to say is there's people that love David Bowie, and then there's David Bowie fans, and there's Bowie kids, who live like him... and I can't express to you, I don't know who I'd be if I didn't have (him as) a figure in my life. I don't know what my identity would be."
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The show-stopping tribute continues a jam-packed month for Gaga, as she is the first person to be invited to perform at the Super Bowl, Grammy Awards, and Academy Awards all in the same year.