Lady Gaga has performed in tribute to the late Alexander McQueen at the Brits, where she scooped three awards in London on Tuesday night.
The Poker Face singer, known for her outrageous costumes, took home the awards for Best International Album (The Fame), International Female Solo Artist and International Breakthrough Act.
She performed a sombre acoustic version of the songs Telephone and Dance in the Dark at the show, saying “This is for Alexander McQueen”.
McQueen, who committed suicide last week, was a leading figure in the British fashion world and designed a number of outfits worn by Gaga, most recently in the video for her hit song Bad Romance.
At the Brits, singer Robbie Williams received a lifetime achievement award, Lily Allen was named best British Female Solo Artist and Jay- Z was honoured as best International Male Solo Artist, while the Spice Girls were noted for giving ‘the Best Brits performance of the last 30 years’ for their 1997 rendition of Wannabe/Who Do You Think You Are.
The Brit Awards, which honours the best in popular music, celebrated its 30th anniversary this year. View Gaga’s performance below.