Grammys 2022: Watch as Lady Gaga helps SZA on stage as she struggles with crutches

While there were many standout moment from last night’s Grammys, the award for most wholesome had to go to Lady Gaga, who swiftly jumped to her feet to help SZA on stage after struggling with her crutches.

The global superstar, who had just lost out on Best Pop Duo/Group Performance to the talented singer, wasted no time in making her way over to the stage, lifting her dress so she could make her way up the stairs without any hiccups.

The sweet moment was captured on camera, prompting many fans to praise the Oscar winning star for her chivalry. “Love seeing women supporting other women!” wrote one.

While another added: “Nothing better than seeing legends supporting legends – even when they’ve beaten you to an award. Fair play Lady Gaga.”

Speaking backstage, SZA explained the cause of her injury: “it’s very funny because I fell out a bed right before it was time to leave and get ready for this.

“Like the day before, but that’s the way it goes. Everything awesome in my life has always come with something like very random, but it just adds to the energy.”

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SZA and Doja Cat beat Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett to the award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance with their hit single Kiss Me More.

And while SZA hobbled to the stage, Doja Cat was seen rushing up to join her having been in the bathroom.

“I have never taken a faster p**s in my life,” she joked to the delighted crowd before breaking down in tears at her special win.

Kiss Me More peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 and Official U.K. Singles Chart.

Meanwhile, the prestigious music awards ceremony paid touching tribute to the late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins, who died on March 25 at the age of 50.

The band were initially billed to play at the show, which was held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, but pulled out after Hawkins’ tragic death. Instead a heartwarming video, filled with footage of the drummer performing along with candid photos of him on tour, played.

“He’s the best drummer in the world, we love him so much,” frontman Day Grohl says in the clip, which was played against the band’s hit song My Hero.

The band were not in attendance but won three awards, including Best Rock Album, Best Rock Song and Best Rock Performance.

Hawkins was found dead aged 50 in a hotel room in the north of Bogota, Colombia where the band were due to play at a festival on Friday, March 25.

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