Lady GaGa Pays Tribute To Granddad
As the singer reportedly buys back her old memorabilia from an auction...
Lady GaGa has honoured her beloved granddad, who passed away last month, with a rendition of ballad, Speechless, at a gig on Wednesday.
The Poker Face hitmaker told her audience: "My dad made me promise that tonight I would dedicate this song to my sweet, sweet grandpa who is in heaven,"
"My grandpa was a real p**ser, I'll tell you. He was something else. He liked things to be exactly how he wanted them..."
Lady G added: "This is for my good, sweet grandpa and to any loved ones you may have lost. This song's called Speechless."
Meanwhile in other GaGa news, the Alejandro singer, has brought back items from her early days, after plans to sell her early demos and DVD's of her pre-GaGa performances have been scrapped.
As we previously reported, Lady G's former manager, Bob Leone, had donated a collection of GaGa memorabilia to the the Rock & Roll Pop Culture Auction, but it seems the singer couldn't bare to part with the items.
A press release has stated that GaGa's management will buy back the items for an undisclosed fee, with some pieces already being removed from the website.