Lady Gaga honoured the late rock legend David Bowie with a moving performance at the 58th Grammy Awards ceremony. The Speechless singer went fully Ziggy Stardust, all with orange hair, a white embellished suit teamed with white shoes and a light pink feathered boa, to pay tributes to the late singer.

Channeling his look, Gaga opened her performance with his hit song Space Oddity. She performed renditions of Changes, Ziggy Stardust, Suffragette City, Rebel Rebel, Fashion, Fame, Under Pressure and Let's Dance. She closed her act with a soulful performance of Heroes.

Previously, Gaga took to Instagram to post a video of her getting the David Bowie-look. She shed a tear as she listened to Blackstar and wrote, "The world loves you David."

Meanwhile, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (Naras) president Neil Portnoy said in a statement, "She will take us through quite a bit of history of David Bowie's repertoire. It's one of the longest, larger segments of the night."

Bowie had won two Grammy Awards, including a Lifetime Achievement Award, during his five-decade-long career. He was nominated for 11 awards, between 1984 and 2014. He passed away at the age of 69 on 10 January 2016, following an 18-month battle with cancer.

The world loves you David.

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