Lady Gaga reminded us she’s a true music sensation at the Grammys on Sunday.
The 32-year-old triple threat performed her hit Shallow from A Star Is Born at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
And Gaga turned up the tempo for the ballad – which won a BAFTA earlier in the day – as she slayed the song and the stage in a bejeweled catsuit.
Daring to impress, the Born This Way Songstress gave her fans a charge as the futuristic ensemble featured a plunging design.
Her flawless figure was thrust on center stage as the one-of-a-kind body suit fit her form tightly.
The song is usually performed in a reserved manner, but Gaga kicked it up a notch as she commanded the stage with kicks, hair flips, and animated faces.
She slithered up to Mark Ronson – one of the song’s co-writers – as she wailed in a guitar for the jam session.
Perhaps the artist’s high energy levels came from the three Grammy trophies she won before the performance.
Gaga won Song Written for Visual Media and Best Pop/Duo Performance for Shallow,’ and Best Pop Solo Performance with Joanne (Where Do You Think You’re Goin’?).
She even took home a BAFTA earlier in the day for Shallow, which Bradley Cooper scooped up at the show in London.