The 2022 Oscars certainly had its fair share of memorable moments, but there’s one duo that deserves more attention – Lady Gaga and Liza Minnelli. While the talk has mostly been focused on Will Smith and Chris Rock, Gaga and Minnelli’s interaction stole the show.

Closing the ceremony, Gaga and Minnelli took the stage together to present the final award of the night. As the crowd erupted in applause, Gaga stepped back, giving the legendary 76-year-old actor her moment to shine. Showing her admiration and respect, Gaga leaned in and held Minnelli’s hand, saying, “Do you see that? The public, they love you.”

During the presentation, Gaga also honored Minnelli by mentioning the 50th anniversary of her iconic film, Cabaret, for which she won Best Actress in a Leading Role in 1972. It was a beautiful gesture that highlighted Minnelli’s immense talent and contributions to the industry.

Minnelli, holding cue cards in her hand, began introducing the films nominated for Best Film. She stumbled over her words briefly, but Gaga quickly stepped in, taking over and reassuring her with a whispered “I got you.” In response, Minnelli gratefully replied, “I know, thank you.” It was a touching moment that showcased the genuine camaraderie between the two.

As they announced the final winner of the night, CODA, Minnelli expressed her joy at being on stage with Gaga, saying, “I’m so happy to be here, especially with you – I’m your biggest fan.” It was a heartfelt sentiment that touched the hearts of the audience and viewers at home.

The emotional moment between Gaga and Minnelli did not go unnoticed by the online community. Many people were moved by the respect and care Gaga showed towards Minnelli, drawing comparisons to her relationship with Tony Bennett. It serves as a reminder of the importance of treating our elders with love and reverence.

This heartwarming moment between Lady Gaga and Liza Minnelli truly was the highlight of the Oscars. It exemplifies the way we should cherish and respect our elders. Let’s continue to share this beautiful moment and spread its message of compassion.