Lady Gaga Overcomes Technical Difficulties, Moshes in High-Octane Grammys Performance with Metallica

Cornelia Mascio
Febbraio 13, 2017

On the heels of their performance with Lady Gaga at the 59th annual Grammys awards, Metallica experienced a rough start in what should have been a slam-dunk in the faces of all of the other artists present.

James Hetfield is known for his powerful rock "n" roll voice, but, unfortunately, someone forgot to turn the power to his microphone on when it was time for Metallica to perform their song "Moth into Flame" with Gaga.

They were all set to belt out a fiery performance of Moth Into Flame, which was kicked off by heaving drumming and fire explosions, but James Hetfield found himself in an awkward situation when his microphone didn't work.

Fresh off her incredible Super Bowl Halftime performance, Lady Gaga made an entrance at the 59th Grammy awards red carpet.

When it comes to her pre-show routine, Lady Gaga is no stranger to sharing behind-the-scenes intel with fans on social media.

Gaga even launched herself into the sellout audience for some crowd surfing at one point, a throwback to Metallica concerts of yore. She flaunted her new ink on the show's red carpet. At all. Which meant after a couple aborted verses he had to scurry over to Lady Gaga's mic and share hers.

Lady Gaga isn't the best at keeping secrets. The entire group seemed to be relishing in the music; Like true professionals, they pushed past the technical difficulties.

Eventually, they got it up and running, and the energetic performance resumed.

Gaga's vocals were spot-on, which again shows her versatility.

The 30-year-old pop star flaunted her new body art in a crop-top and thigh-high PVC boots selected by stylist Brandon Maxwell.

Either way, Gaga is clearly excited about the duet and wanted to do something huge.

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