Lady Gaga Shows Grace And Kindness When She Helps SZA With Her Dress After Losing A Grammy To Her

Imagine working hard to make your dreams come true, year after year of ups and downs, joy and tears, successes and failures; all that colliding into a sizable result appreciated by millions and a win of one the most prestigious awards. That will remain a part of my own imagination as I’ve got talent the size of a crumbling biscuit, but it became a reality to many at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards. Lots of moments to mention, many widely discussed, and if you’d like to have a look at our picks, here’s a link.

Whether you agree or disagree with the winners this year, one thing is certain – humanity prevails. 5 seconds of kindness are making headlines and the moment between Lady Gaga and SZA is definitely one to note and remember. Let’s get into it (yuh)!

The road to success is one of hardship, especially when you’ve twisted an ankle and have to make it upstairs in crutches, also wearing a long tight dress

Image credits: Recording Academy / GRAMMYs

The Grammys were full of anticipation this year, each artist eagerly waiting for the results. It was time to hear who the Grammy for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance was going to be.

The nominees were Doja Cat and SZA for “Kiss Me More”, Justin Bieber and Benny Blanco for “Lonely”, BTS for “Butter”, Coldplay for “Higher Power”, and Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga for “I Get a Kick Out of You”. And the winners were Doja Cat and SZA! Though both found difficulties getting to the stage to receive their award.

After falling out of a bed and injuring her ankle days earlier, SZA made her way to the stage on crutches. Her dress was a skintight mermaid-cut Jean Paul Gaultier gown with a long tulle train, and although gorgeous, it made it harder to move. SZA looked to be struggling as she tried to move quickly towards the stage.

SZA, whilst going to collect the Grammy, was helped by none other than Lady Gaga, who graciously and without asking bent down and carried the long tulle train

Image credits: Recording Academy / GRAMMYs

When Lady Gaga saw the long train, she didn’t hesitate to reach for it, carry and move it carefully out of the way, so that the singer could make it up the stairs and onto the stage with more ease. SZA later told ET that she was trying her best to get to the stage because she didn’t want Doja to miss out on her moment, not realizing Gaga was being her own personal guardian angel.

The small act of kindness was not missed, people praising Gaga for a very human act of service to another, one calling it ‘a queen helping a queen’. Many noted the loss of the award, yet it shows a great example of grace and respect for those in the same industry, understanding the hard work it takes to get there, regardless of wins and losses.