Lady Gaga’s Epic Comeback to Fan Yearning for the Old Gaga

Lady Gaga reassured a fan that the essence of Mother Monster is still present, even if they were feeling nostalgic for the old Gaga, in response to their comment on Instagram.

Lady Gaga recently interacted with a fan on social media who expressed nostalgia for the “Fame Monster” era Gaga. In response to the fan’s comment about missing the old Gaga, the singer reassured them that she is still the same person. The exchange occurred on a post celebrating Gaga’s first Grammy win back in 2010.

In response to a fan’s comment, Gaga assured them by saying, “I’m still around. Can’t wait to see you at #TheChromaticaBall.” A nostalgic IG photo showed Gaga in a white robe, shedding tears of joy after winning a Grammy for “Poker Face” in the Best Dance Recording category. Reflecting on the moment, Gaga captioned the photo, “The feeling I got after winning my first Grammy still gets me emotional.” Fans flooded the comment section with excitement at Gaga’s reply, with one fan writing, “Oh my gosh!!!!!!!!!! I literally gasped and screamed when I saw your response, Queen.” Additionally, Gaga’s response served as a reminder for her upcoming tour, The Chromatica Ball, starting in Germany on July 17. Gaga originally shared the heartfelt post after winning her 13th Grammy award for her album with Tony Bennett, “Love for Sale,” at the 2022 ceremony on April 3. She posted a photo of herself clutching her new golden gramophone, expressing, “Winning my thirteenth Grammy last night brought tears to my eyes, just like the first time I won for ‘Just Dance.'” She quickly corrected herself, acknowledging it was actually for ‘Poker Face.’ Expressing gratitude, Gaga went on to say, “Tony and I are incredibly thankful for this recognition. It was an honor to be a part of a community of talented musicians where artistry is celebrated. Congratulations to all the award winners, performers, and music enthusiasts. Your dedication to music truly lifts my spirits. Thank you for the standing ovation! It meant a lot to me, especially on a night where I dearly missed my friend. He would have been thrilled to see everyone embrace Jazz in 2022!”

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