After her two GRAMMY nominations, Lady Gaga has told fans how she reacted to the news.
The 'Stupid Love' singer bagged herself two nods from the GRAMMYs, 'Best Song Written for Visual Media' and 'Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media'.
On Tuesday, the Recording Academy announced the full list of nominations for the awards. Pop superstar Beyoncé led the field of musicians nominated for Grammy awards with nine nods.
Lady Gaga has since posted to Instagram to thank her fans and the Recording Academy.
Captioning a black-and-white photo of Hold My Hand’s single cover art, she wrote, “I am so honoured to be nominated for 2 Grammys for Hold My Hand and the Top Gun: Maverick Soundtrack with my fellow composers. It’s a real dream to be included in this celebration of music with a song and musical theme so close to my heart thank you.”
“I fully cried, this never gets old and I’m super humbled" the star added.
In her nomination for 'Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media', she's up against the soundtracks to ELVIS, Encanto, Stranger Things’ fourth season, and West Side Story.
While Be Alive (from King Richard), Carolina (from Where the Crawdads Sing), Keep Rising (from The Woman King), Nobody Like U (from Turning Red), and We Don’t Talk About Bruno (from Encanto) are all competing with Lady Gaga for 'Best Song Written for Visual Media'.
The Grammys will be handed out at a ceremony in Los Angeles on 5 February.