Lady Gaga showed that it doesn't take much to make her cry when it comes to positivity. In a tweet, the singer shared her reaction to two DWTS contestants doing the cha cha to her song.
Soon after, the "Born this Way" singer took to Twitter and described how she was moved after watching Artem Chigvintsev and Kaitlyn Bristowe perform. Her tweet is found below.
DWTS "STUPID LOVE" SEGMENT
Chigvintsev, a professional dancer, and Bristowe, a former reality star, danced the Cha Cha to Gaga's song, "Stupid Love." The pair both wore yellow as they gave their judges their best effort.
The opportunity to dance on the show followed a months-long period which saw Bristowe suffering from anxiety and depression due to the coronavirus.
Lady Gaga attends the MTV Video Music Awards in New York on August 30, 2020 | Photo: Getty Images
GAGA GETS EMOTIONAL
The performance was more than good enough for Gaga, who wrote: "Is it weird that this made me cry...I love watching people happy and dancing!" She included the DWTS clip.
In turn, Bristowe replied to Gaga's tweet, saying that she, too, cried. However, her sobbing was because of being so happy that Gaga had watched her performance.
THE PAIR'S RESULTS
Bristowe and Chigvintsez received rave reviews from the judges for their delivery. In total, they scored 20/30. Bristowe has said she is hoping DWTS helps her get back in shape for her coming family with boyfriend Jason Tartick.
The opportunity to dance on the show followed a months-long period which saw Bristowe suffering from anxiety and depression due to the coronavirus. She was quick to say yes to competing on DWTS.
HANNAH BROWN GIVES ADVICE
Luckily, Bristowe received advice from "Bachelorette" star Hannah Brown who also competed — and won — last season's DWTS. Bristowe, a former "Bachelorette" herself, spoke to Brown back in July.
Brown advised Bristowe to rest while she has the time as she will be swamped once the show starts. Based on how she did Monday, Bristowe probably took that advice.
GAGA RECEIVES FIRST TRICON AWARD
Elsewhere, Gaga recently did something new when she became the first recipient of MTV's Tricon Award at the VMAs. The singer's philanthropy work helped earn her the new accolade.
Gaga and her mother began the Born This Way Foundation as a team, she noted in her speech. Gaga also performed at the event and made several costume changes. All included a mask in some form.