During her recent show at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, the singer thanked her fans for their support and later cried onstage while recalling her past.
Lady GaGa got emotional when she delivered a touching speech during her recent concert in Las Vegas. Taking the stage at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, the singer thanked her fans for their support and shed some tears when talking about her past as a nightclub dancer.
"I want to say thank you to all of you, for inspiring me, for letting me be myself, it means so much to me," the New York native told the crowd as she sat at the piano. "I'm so very grateful, I used to come here when I was little and see all the big fancy lights."
"I started go-go dancing when I was 18. The really, the most important thing I want to thank you for, is believing in just this tiny American girl from New York who had a dream," she continued. "For supporting me in every way that she has, but most importantly, that she had supported me in the world as a real musician."
Following the speech, GaGa played a slow performance of her hit single "Born This Way".
GaGa is currently in the North American leg of her "ArtRave: The Artpop Ball" which was launched to support her 2013 album "ARTPOP". The tour will come to Australia and Europe later this year.