Lady Gaga’s Oscar tribute to ‘Sound of Music’ will give you goosebumps

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LOS ANGELES – The Oscars came alive with the sound of Gaga on Sunday night.

We’ve become used to seeing her in dresses made of meat or dozens of Kermit the Frogs, but Lady Gaga blew the roof off The Dolby Theater with her 50th anniversary tribute to ‘The Sound of Music.’

The classic movie, starring Julie Andrews, came out in 1965 and won five Academy Awards.

The newly engaged pop diva took the stage to perform a medley of songs including “The Hills Are Alive,” “Climb Ev’ry Mountain,” and “My Favorite Things.”

Julie Andrews took the stage after the performance and formally gave Gaga her stamp of approval.

“Dear Lady Gaga, thank you for that wonderful tribute. Oh my God.”

Watch the amazing performance in the video player above.

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  • petfriendly2

    No goosebumps. It was OK. But, yes, as others have commented, much better singing voice than those who use a computer to get the notes right. I’m especially impressed that she didn’t ruin it with her usual outrageousness.

  • Impressed

    She nailed it. Best performance of the whole night and it gave ME goosebumps. To have Julie Andrews hug you and approve the performance means so much. Had me misty eyed. Well done Lady Gaga. And you looked absolutely radiant!!

  • biggjim76

    What a great performance by Lady Gaga. I wish I could see the video if the AMPAS wernt so bent on Copyright Claim. The person who posted the video wasn’t on infringing on the copyright. Anyhoo, I did see the broadcast.