Grammys 2017: Metallica singer James Hetfield's mic malfunctions

Posted February 14, 2017

Metallica couldn't just come out and do their thing-they had to be paired with a high-profile artist fresh off a Super Bowl halftime show and also incorporate every damn exhausted stereotype of rock's culture at the same time.

Despite this, the band put on a spirited performance, with a crowd-surfing Gaga throwing herself into the show. And on Sunday night, Lady Gaga's 2017 Grammys Performance did not fail to deliver - though she and her fellow performers, Metallica, encountered a few difficulties as well.

Eventually the star had to share Gaga's mic as they sang the song together before Gaga crowd surfed and shook her booty around the stage in a cropped T-shirt and hot trousers.

Letting out a nervous laugh, she added, "You know I don't talk about my love life, Ryan!"

They said: 'We promised you something unique for Grammy night and we are absolutely thrilled to confirm that Lady Gaga will be joining us on stage.

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"I know it's live TV, I'm sorry", she began, before being bleeped out, thanks to the broadcast's eight-second delay, while uttering an expletive (on past form, nearly certainly an F-bomb). With all of the deaths in the music world in 2016, I was sure that there'd be a lot of tributes, and I was intrigued by the tease of the Metallica and Lady Gaga team-up.

On Tuesday Gaga had posted a photo from the performance on Instagram and shared a powerful message to her fans.

Gaga and Metallica performed "Moth Into Flame" from the latter band's latest album "Hardwired... to Self-Destruct".

Eventually, they got it up and running, and the energetic performance resumed.

Gaga - real name Stefani Germanotta - looked phenomenal in the PVC themed get-up.