Grammy Performance of the Day/Lady Gaga/Elton John/”Your Song”/”Speechless”

If anyone on this post Super Bowl Monday has a touch of a headache today, it’s not because you hit the wings and the drinks a bit too hard last night. And it’s also not because you still can’t figure out how the Atlanta Falcons completely blew their massive first half lead to let the New England Patriots come back and completely steal in the second half. (in overtime, none the less, a first for the Super Bowl). 

No, you’re feeling it today because Lady Gaga came in and completely snatched the wigs of all of us with her pulsating and patriotic half time performance that will go down as one of–if not the–best ever.  Throw in the announcement of her Joanne World Tour and there’s truly no better music artist to kick off (all football puns intended, of course) Philly Mixtape’s Grammy week than Ms. Germanotta. 

So, to get this Grammy party started off right, take a fun Monday reminisce sesh all the way back to 2010 when Gaga hit the awards stage for the very first time with a little help from Sir Elton John. While indeed, it’s a bit weird and frenzied in the beginning with her rendition of ‘Poker Face,” but once the two megastars joined forces for a powerful “Your Song”/”Speechless” medley, well, you’ll see that there’s truly ain’t no other way to say that Ms. Lady Gaga deserved her Super Bowl slay and everything that comes her way from here on out. 

Get your rhyme on and take a peak. 

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