Lady Gaga was one of many performers during the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris on Wednesday, singing the National Anthem ahead of the swearing-in ceremony. After the event, Garth Brooks, who was available to perform “Amazing Grace,” used Twitter to greet Gaga, writing that she was “great.”
“You were great today and every day,” Brooks tweeted. “A national treasure. Please tell Frederick and Miss Sarah, thank you for me! They saved a cowboy today. Oh, and tell Miss Sarah to hug her mother for me! Love, Mr.” Probably the country star refers to Gaga’s hairdresser and make-up artist, Frederic Aspiras and Sarah Tano, respectively, apparently showing that they helped him with his own appearance during the event on Wednesday.
. @Lady Gaga
You were great today and every day
Please tell Frederick and Miss Sarah, thank you for me!
Today they rescued a cowboy
Oh, and tell Miss Sarah to hug her mother for me! love, g
̵1; Garth Brooks (@garthbrooks) January 21, 2021
Gaga tweeted Wednesday that singing the National Anthem at the opening is “my honor.” “I will sing during a ceremony, a transition, a moment of change – between POTUS 45 and 46. For me, this is very important,” she wrote, adding: “My intention is to acknowledge my past, to be healing to our present, and passionate about a future where we work together with love. I will sing in the hearts of all the people who live on this earth. With respect and mercy, Lady Gaga. “The New York-born also displayed a detail of her outfit – a large gold pin she wore, depicting a dove carrying an olive branch.
A pigeon carrying an olive branch. Let us all reconcile with each other. pic.twitter.com/NGbgKM9XiC
– Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) January 20, 2021
Brooks told a news conference Monday that he hopes to send a message of unity with his presentation. “This is a great day in our household. This is not a political statement, this is a statement of unity,” he told reporters. “It’s a story and it’s an honor to serve. That’s the way I can serve this country.”
“We are more divided than ever, so this bridge that brings us together … I may be the only Republican in this place, but it stretches out, loving, because that’s what will take us through perhaps the most the divided times that we have, “he added.” I want the divided times to be behind us. I want to be able to differ in my opinions and embrace in the same football match. “