“['By the Grace Of God'] is evident of how tough it really was at a certain point. I asked myself, ‘Do I want to endure? Should I continue living?’”
The show was Gaga’s first since she was forced to abandon her Born This Way Ball earlier this year due to a hip injury that required the pop star have surgery.
“Breakfast Can Wait,” the newest single from the R&B legend’s extensive catalog, is out today (Sept. 3) at digital retailers following months of teasers and Twitter chatter.
With just an acoustic guitar, Miguel slowed things down and got to the heart of the track, which was featured on Pink’s 2001 album, ‘M!Ssundaztood.’
“I’m different, I’ve evolved, and I want that to be reflected in the music. At the same time I don’t want to abandon the root of what I am. So it’s just really determining where am I really at and just looking through that,” she said.
This morning (Aug. 20) she teased fans with a countdown clock on her website. Her site states, “Britney Spears All Eyes On Me” with a countdown clock of 27 days.
The theme of this song and video are traveling the same path as Clarkson, who is currently engaged and planning her wedding for after her current tour with Maroon 5 ends.
The video was filmed in a drag club in West Hollywood with some of her Little Monsters.
Gaga’s song is officially out and the world has finally gotten a taste of her electro-heavy new single that yes, does feature a lot of hand clapping.
The singer has been leaking teasers for the track all week long, starting with a video where she lit her famous blue wig on fire.