Lady Gaga told fans how she reacted to being nominated for two GRAMMY Awards.
The Rain on Me singer was nominated for two Grammys in 2023.
In an announcement on Tuesday listing all nominees for next year’s awards, the Recording Academy specified that Lady Gaga’s song Hold My Hand – written for Top Gun: Maverick – is eligible for Best Song Written for Visual Media. The film’s soundtrack – to which the singer contributed – has been nominated for Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media.
Lady Gaga responded to her nominations on Instagram on Wednesday. Captioning a black and white photo of the Hold My Hand single cover, she wrote, “I am so honored to be nominated along with my fellow composers for 2 Grammys for Hold My Hand and the Top Gun: Maverick Soundtrack. It is a real dream to be a part of this celebration of music with a song and a musical theme that is so close to my heart, thank you.
She added, “I cried completely. This never gets old and I’m super humbled.”
Other film and television soundtracks nominated for Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media at the Grammys next year included the ELVIS soundtracks, Encanto, the fourth season of Stranger Things, and West Side Story.
Other songs nominated for next year’s Best Song Written for Visual Media category at the Grammys included Be Alive (from King Richard), Carolina (from Where the Crawdads Sing), Keep Rising (from The Woman King), Nobody Like U (from Turning Red), and We’re Not Talking About Bruno (from Encanto).