Lady Gaga Is Performing At The Grammys With Metallica
UPDATE (2/12): Lady Gaga and Metallica will perform “Moth Into Flame,” according to a Grammys production call sheet (below). “Moth Into Flame” is the second single off Metallica’s tenth studio album Hardwired … to Self-Destruct, released last November. Gaga also posted a picture with Metallica for rehearsals. See both tweets, along with the original post, below.
Lady Gaga wasn’t about to let an awards show pass without wrangling a performance slot! The 30-year-old will take the stage at the Grammy Awards for the third consecutive year to belt out a duet Metallica. The news was revealed via a TV commercial last night (February 6), which soon found its way online. It’s not exactly surprising. After all, Mother Monster is a self-proclaimed “Heavy Metal Lover” and you just know she’s been itching to work a couple of verses of “Million Reasons” into a rock song.
The line-up of Grammy performers is starting to shape up nicely. Katy Perry dropped a bombshell yesterday by announcing that she’s debuting her new single at the event. (It may or may not be called “Chained To The Rhythm” and feature a cameo from Skip Marley). Other artists doing their thing on February 12 include a heavily-pregnant Beyonce, Adele, Bruno Mars, Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood. Watch the commercial announcing Lady Gaga’s appearance below.
— Lady Gaga (@gagamonster96) February 7, 2017
— xoxo, Joanne (@ladygaga) February 12, 2017
— The Northern Lights (@thatproducerTNL) February 12, 2017