Lady Gaga dazzled the Grammys audience tonight with her melodic renditions of “Love for Sale” and “Do I Love You,” from her Love for Sale album with Tony Bennett.

After Bennett introduced her via a video message featured on the big screen at the ceremony, the singer, in a glamorous mint green gown by Elie Saab, showed her smooth jazz moves and sang, accompanied only by a piano.

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“I feel so blessed to be a part of this wonderful community of musicians, and I want the whole world to know that we love making you smile,” Gaga said after her performance of “Love for Sale.”

“So if you’re wondering how we feel, do I love you? Oh, boy, do I,” the singer said before sliding into her performance of “Do I Love You.”

“I love you, Tony, we miss you,” she said at the end.

The singer will likely take home some Grammy gold tonight. Her jazz standards album recorded with Bennett is up for Album of the Year, with the lead single, “I Get a Kick Out of You,” also nominated for Record of the Year.

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Prior to her grand stage moment, Gaga walked the red carpet at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas in a black custom gown by Giorgio Armani Privé.

Gaga’s return to the Grammys stage comes a week after she capped off a jam-packed awards season for her film House of Gucci. The star ended last Sunday’s eventful Academy Awards ceremony by presenting the award for Best Picture alongside movie musical legend Liza Minnelli. To the event, the multi-hyphenate wore a sequined spin on a classic tuxedo, complete with diamond jewelry, black pumps, and a bow tie.

This summer, the 12-time Grammy winner will embark on her Chromatica Ball tour, which was previously scheduled for March 2020, but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The star will kick off the tour in Europe in July and continue with her North American shows starting in August.

This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.

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