Lady Gaga Supports Time's Up in Heartfelt GRAMMYs Performance

Producer Mark Ronson joined Gaga for her sixth time playing the show, where she performed "Million Reasons" and "Joanne."

Lady Gaga is no stranger to the GRAMMYs stage, and it shows.

The Joanne singer took to an angel wing piano at Sunday night's awards show, absolutely crushing the keys her performance of "Million Reasons" and "Joanne" off of her most recent album, joined by the album's producer, Mark Ronson.

At what point during the set, Gaga took a moment to pay respect to the Time's Up initiative. Many attendees, including Gaga, wore white roses to the GRAMMYs to support the movement

Gaga, who was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Solo Performance, has been a regular on music's biggest night since 2010, when she belted out an Elton John-assisted medley of "Poker Face," "Speechless" and "Your Song." Since then, she's won six GRAMMYs of her own.

In addition, Gaga is perennially a joy at the show, from her many amazing moments to the fashion that is bold even by GRAMMYs standards, which she continued this year, both on the red carpet in a flowing Armani Prive gown, and with her elaborate white dress for her show.

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The GRAMMYs is just the beginning for Gaga in 2018, though. She is likely to drop a follow-up to Joanne, and will kick off a two-year Las Vegas residency in December.

Watch below for more from this year's GRAMMYs.