Lady Gaga deserves a round of applause for her quick response to helping a photographer who fell over on the red carpet at the 95th Academy Awards yesterday.
The moment caught on camera shows Gaga rushing over to the man who stumbled and fell behind her.
“Are you okay?” Gaga asked before being praised by another photographer who said: “That was very nice of you.”
Many fans admired the star for taking a step away from the glitz and the glamour to show some humility.
“Notice how she didn't even think about it. It was in her reflex to help him,” wrote one fan. “She's just genuinely sweet and kind.”
Another named Gaga the “Queen of Kindness”. They added: “She may transform and change a lot through her career. But she would always be kind and humble. That's in her and never changed.”
“It’s hard for them to break the mould at an event like that. There just aren’t supposed to be any mistakes. So good on ya, LG, for being willing to break the mould,” a third wrote in awe of the moment.
Another moment that got everyone talking about Gaga was her performance during the Oscars ceremony.
Wearing a simple black t-shirt, ripped jeans, and no makeup, Lady Gaga performed a powerful, stripped-down version of 'Hold My Hand'.
Introducing the track, she said how it is very personal to her.
She talks about how everyone needs a hero sometimes in life, and that even if you're broken inside you can still be your own hero.
"It's deeply personal for me and I think that we all need each other, and we need a lot of love to walk through this life and we all need a hero sometimes,” she said.
“There are heroes all around us in unassuming places but you might find that you can be your own hero even if you feel broken inside".
Yesterday just added to the many reasons we continue to love and support Lady Gaga and why she will always be the “Queen of Kindness” in our eyes.