Lady Gaga’s Oscars Performance: Celebs Praise Her ‘Sound Of Music’ Tribute – Hollywood Life

Lady Gaga’s Oscars Performance: Celebs Rave Over ‘Sound Of Music’ Tribute

Lady Gaga's 'Sound of Music' medley was definitely one of our 'Favorite Things' at the 2015 Oscars! And we weren't the only ones who loved it. Tons of celebs took to Twitter to rave about Mama Monster's tribute. See what they had to say right here! Lady Gaga totally stole the show at the 2015 Oscars in Los Angeles on Feb. 22! The one-of-a-kind songstress blew everyone away with her medley of hits from The Sound of Music. From the legendary Julie Andrews herself, to Hailey Baldwin, to Jessie Tyler Ferguson, famous fans can't stop raving about Gaga's show-stopping performance!

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Lady Gaga’s Oscars Performance: Celebs Praise Her ‘Sound Of Music’ Tribute

Even though you may still think of her as the woman who brought you vomit art and high-fashion egg wear, Lady Gaga is in fact a seriously talented artist with a phenomenal voice. And she proved herself once again with her stunning Sound of Music tribute at the 2015 Oscars.

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We can’t think of a better way to honor The Sound of Music‘s 50th anniversary — and apparently the Twitterverse is just as smitten as we are! Here’s what celebs from Paris Hilton to Larry King had to say about Gaga’s performance:

Lady Gaga Performs ‘Sound Of Music’ Songs As Tribute At 2015 Oscars

Lady Gaga’s medley included fan favorites “The Sound Of Music,” “My Favorite Things,” “Edelweiss,” and “Climb Every Mountain.” She slayed every single song and didn’t miss a single note!

Even Julie Andrews was in awe of her performance, and she said as much when she joined Gaga on stage at the end of her performance. What an honor!

Now that we know what the celebs are saying, we want to know how YOU feel about Lady Gaga’s performance, HollywoodLifers. VOTE and then share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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