Lady Gaga was ‘a class act’ for the way she supported Liza Minnelli at the Oscars. Gaga was so attentive and tender with Liza, we just love Lady Gaga.
The singer, 36, and the legendary star, 76, took the stage together to present the final award of the night: best picture, which went to “CODA.”
“You see that? The public, they love you,” Lady Gaga told Minnelli after the crowd gave Minnelli a standing ovation.
The actress’s 2022 Academy Awards appearance marked the 50-year anniversary of “Cabaret.” Minnelli won the best actress Oscar for her portrayal of cabaret singer Sally Bowles in the 1972 film.
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— Lady Gaga Now 💓⚔️ (@ladygaganownet) March 28, 2022
Reactions from the sweet interaction:
lady gaga whispering “i got you” and liza minelli saying “i know” pic.twitter.com/b7jFP1vE2Z
— BEX 💎 #TeamAngeria #TeamCamden (@BEXECUTI0NER) March 28, 2022
Can we talk about this instead? My father had Alzheimer’s.@ladygaga is my hero for doing her best to help Liza Minelli preserve her dignity tonight despite the horrible disease that is trying to rob her of it. Both superstars. #respect #fuckalzheimers pic.twitter.com/n5uqAnRKSf
— Ana Quincoces (@OfficialAnaQ) March 28, 2022
Lady Gaga le dice a Liza Minelli en secreto:
“I got you” (yo te cuido)
Liza le agradece agradece.
— Bárbara Tijerina (@bartije) March 28, 2022
— Jurica Grosinger Tanfara (@juricagrosinger) March 28, 2022