EM – Lady Gaga calls singing Biden’s inauguration one of her “proud moments”

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November 24 (UPI) – Pop music icon and House of Gucci star Lady Gaga showed up Tuesday night from CBS ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to recap her eventful 2021.
The entertainer began by talking to Colbert over a small tequila about singing the national anthem at the inauguration of US President Joe Biden last January.
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November 24th (UPI) – Pop music icon and House of Gucci star Lady Gaga showed up Tuesday night from CBS ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to recap her eventful 2021.

The Entertainer started with a conversation with Colbert over a little tequila about singing the national anthem at the inauguration of US President Joe Biden last January.

“It was one of the proudest moments I had as a musician and performer”, said Gaga of singing on Biden’s big day.

“I love making the public smile and I had 2 minutes and 30 seconds to talk to the whole world and I thought it was one good opportunity to sing for everyone – not just for the fans of President Biden and the people who voted for him – but for the whole world because the world was on fire and everyone deserves love. “

You remembered a funny moment when she discovered the American e flag referred to in the song was moved from rehearsal.

“When I was out there I started spinning and thinking, ‘Oh, girl, just keep turning and maybe it will show up!” “she laughed. “I found it and was so grateful.”

Gaga also confirmed to Colbert that a bulletproof vest had been sewn into her dress as a precaution in case the event took place the days after the Capitol storming to protest Biden’s election ‘Violence should break out.

She also talked about her activism on behalf of the LGBTQ community, which she believes is part of their “destiny”.

“I don’t know if it avoids despair,” said Gaga about whether her work gives her hope. “It reminds me that we all have a voice and how to use it. This is our weapon.

Later on on the show, Colbert shared a sneak peek of Gaga and legendary pop singer Tony Bennett performing “Anything Goes” from their concert special, One Last Time.

Bennett, who is 95 years old and has Alzheimer’s disease, announced his retirement from major appearances and recordings earlier this year.

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