Bi pop singer Lady Gaga won three more Grammys last night giving her five altogether. Her “Fame Monster” EP won “Best Pop Vocal Album” and the single “Bad Romance” won the female pop award and “Best Short Form Music Video.”
Gaga sang her new single “Born This Way” after hatching from a giant egg. Her new album drops May 23. She’ll be back in Washington on Feb. 24 at the Verizon Center with the Scissor Sisters. She surprised many with an unexpected nod to Whitney Houston during her “Pop Vocal” acceptance speech.
“I imagined she was singing … because I wasn’t secure enough in myself to imagine I was a superstar. Whitney, I imagined you.”
Other big winners for the night were country act Lady Antebellum (song and record of the year), Eminem, classical producer David Frost, Jeff Beck, John Legend, the Black Keys, Herbie Hancock, Jay-Z, Alicia Keys, the Roots, Keith Urban and BeBe and CeCe Winans.
A few other long-time gay favorites won in minor categories. Julie Andrews won the “Spoken Word Album for Children” (only her second competitive Grammy win) and a remix of Madonna’s “Revolver” by David Guetta won in the non-classical remix category.
All the winners and nominees are here.