Lady GaGa Goes Big at the Grammy’s

by Devan Cappelli


The 2011 Grammy’s were nothing new to the Hollywood spotlight. Looking back at the red carpet event, you saw beautiful actresses and handsome actors up and down the runway.  However, at the very end of the line, you may have also seen something a little different…and it may have looked like an egg.  And without any surprise, it was what Lady GaGa arrived in.

The egg...

While watching the red carpet on the bottom of the screen, Tweets were shown from Snooki from The Jersey Shore as well as “The Situation” saying “Lady GaGa just waved to me from her egg!”  After the red carpet awe, Mother Monster herself was in the egg until her grand performance at the actual 53rd Grammy’s show.

Just around nine o’ clock everyone got to hear the brand new single, “Born This Way.”  Placing the egg on stage, the dancers prepared themselves for a thrilling performance with the most anticipated performer of the night. Opening the egg, GaGa came out full blast with her new single.  The single is surrounded by controversy, sounding like multiple Madonna songs such as “Express Yourself,” which is known as the homosexual anthem of the late 80’s.

Looking back at the performance there was singing, dancing and an in interesting set that included an organ with sculptures of the singer’s head. Proudly belting her new single, the artist left her mark the night of the 2011 Grammy’s in downtown Los Angeles at the Staples Center.

After her rousing performance, the artist released the new single with a video that spoke her mind.  She said, “don’t hide yourself in regret, just love yourself and you’re set, I’m on the right track, baby, I was born this way.”


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