Lady Gaga recently got a tattoo in solidarity with the survivors of sexual assault who
joined her on stage at the Oscars on Sunday.
Gaga performed her Oscar-nominated song "Til It Happens to You" at the Academy Awards on Sunday, accompanied by a group of sexual assault victims, in the
night's most emotional moment. WATCH: Lady Gaga Delivers Powerful Oscars Performance of 'Til It Happens to You' With Survivors of Sexual Assault
On Thursday, the "Applause" singer retweeted a picture of the matching tattoo she and a number of those who appeared with her recently received.
Gaga herself also took a series of snapchat videos and pics while getting the tattoo, one of which was set to The Beatles' classic hit "Come Together."
WATCH: Lady Gaga Shares Emotional Family Conversation After Oscars Performance: 'I Never Told Them I Was a Survivor'
The Oscars performance garnered a standing ovation from the star-studded crowd, who were brought to tears by the hopeful and powerful display of support and unity.
One of the 50 performers who joined Gaga on stage, Kirat Sandhu, spoke with ET after the show and opened up about the emotional moment they had with the singer
during rehearsals. WATCH: Lady Gaga 'Was Sobbing' at Oscar Performance Rehearsal, Told Sexual Assault Survivors 'We're Gonna Heal Together'
"She made a point to say to us, you know, we are helping her get through it. She's helping us heal, and we really wanted it to be an empowering moment for all of us and all the survivors that were watching," Sandhu recounted.
Check out the video below to hear more about
the empowering, tearful rehearsal performance.