The late David Bowie got one hell of an industry eulogy at tonight's (February 15) Grammy Awards, thanks to Lady Gaga.

To honor the icon, who died earlier this year after a battle with cancer, Gaga performed an eccentric set of some of Bowie's biggest hits. Dressed in a Ziggy-worthy red wig and sparkly white suit, the "Born This Way" singer plowed through "Space Oddity," "Fashion" and "Heroes," among other hits, and gave convincing evidence that the legend's spirit was alive and well in Los Angeles' Staples Center.

"The more I discovered David Bowie, the stronger I became," Lady Gaga said in a behind-the-scenes video that chronicled the making of the set. "Without him, I would have never made that change. I would have never felt free enough."

Check out the performance above and tell us what you think!

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