Lady Gaga may not have won the Best Original Song Oscar, but she totally won the Oscars!
The Golden Globe and Grammy winner performed her Oscar-nominated song "Til It Happens To You" from "The Hunting Ground" that she co-wrote with Dianne Warren on Sunday night, and it was a moment to remember.
She performed the emotional song alongside sexual assault victims who joined her on stage halfway through the song. The singer sounded perfect throughout the performance that didn't leave a dry eye in the house and garnered a standing ovation. Cameras showed stars like Rachel McAdams and Kate Winslet teary eyed in the audience.
The victims that joined Lady Gaga on stage had messages like "Not your fault," "Unbreakable" and "It happened to me" written in black on their forearms.
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The performance was introduced by Vice-President Joe Biden, who said, "We can and will change the culture so no abused woman or man will think they did anything wrong" before calling Lady Gaga his "friend."
Actress Brie Larson was videotaped hugging all of the victims as the left the stage during the commercial break:
— Mic (@mic) February 29, 2016
Singer Kesha, a victim of sexual abuse who Lady Gaga famously voiced support for earlier this week, also responded to the performance:
— kesha (@KeshaRose) February 29, 2016
See photos from inside the 2016 Oscars: