It seems that Lady Gaga is gaga for David Bowie. That is why she has gotten a tattoo of him emblazoned on her body just before the Grammy Awards.
Lady Gaga is to present a tribute to David Bowie at the Grammys which are to take place today. Ahead of time, she got a David Bowie tattoo emblazoned on her body.
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Her undying hero worship of David was beautifully reflected in this Ziggy Stardust tattoo. Gaga had the tat inked on her skin by the legendary tattoo artist Mark Mahoney in LA. This was all caught on camera and presented before social media later on.
Lady Gaga said that she fell in love with David Bowie while living on the Lower East Side. She admired his personality and glamorous looks. And she was deeply influenced by his message to people which was soothing and healing in its gist.
She admits that David is a true artist’s artist and that she slowly realized that she was meant to be like him in her life. So she decided to become a serious artist herself.
Gaga admires Bowie beyond words. Bowie died of cancer on January 10th. She is simply crazy about the artist. And so since she was all set to perform at the Grammys, what better way to make the occasion a memorable one than by lending a heartfelt tribute to David Bowie.
Her tattoo lies on the left side of her torso and is pretty large by any standards, according to TMZ. Lady Gaga shared the details about the tattooing process on her Snapchat account with the rest of her fans. According to Gaga, the image she had tattooed on her body was the very icon that changed her life for the better.
Gaga recently also sang a wonderful version of the national anthem, The Star-Spangled Banner, on the occasion of the Super Bowl. She sang it so magically, mystically and beautifully that it mesmerized and hypnotized everyone present in the stadium.
After David Bowie’s death, Lady Gaga was the obvious choice for the person that was most suitable to lend him tribute at the Grammys. No better admirer and apprentice would have been ideal to sing a plaintive song in memory of the deceased artist.