Lady Gaga’s Family Learned About Her Rape from Oscars Performance

While Lady Gaga went public in 2014 with her story of being raped, apparently, not everyone in her family heard it.
The singer has revealed that her grandmother and aunt didn’t know she was a survivor until her powerful Oscars performance Sunday night.
“My grandmother (in the middle) and my Aunt Sheri (on the right) both called me the day after the Oscars because I never told them I was a survivor,” Gaga wrote At the Academy Awards, the superstar performed “Til It Happens to You,” the Oscar-nominated song she co-wrote with Diane Warren for “The Hunting Ground,” a CNN documentary about rape and assault on college campuses. Vice President Joe Biden introduced Gaga’s performance, and she was joined onstage by other survivors.
The emotional moment moved many in the audience.

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