Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga paid tribute to the late George Michael via Twitter. Pictured: The “Bad Romance” hitmaker posing for the cameras at the Fashion Awards in London on Dec. 5, 2016. Reuters/Neil Hall

Lady Gaga was devastated to hear the news about George Michael’s passing. But more than the sorrow that the “Careless Whisper” crooner’s death inflicted on her, Mother Monster is grateful for the songs and videos that inspired her through the years.

On Tuesday, Lady Gaga — or Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta in real life — took to Twitter to express just how she feels upon learning about the music icon’s demise. According to Gaga, she is going to miss the English singer-songwriter. She also grabbed the opportunity to share with her millions of followers one of her all-time favorite songs and videos from Michael’s discography, “Too Funky.”

Early this week, the music industry was shocked to know that Michael was found dead in his bed on Christmas Day. The late singer’s partner, 43-year-old Fadi Fawaz, revealed on Twitter on Monday that he just found Michael’s lifeless body the morning after. He also stated that he “will never stop missing” his longtime beau.

In an interview with The Telegraph, Fawaz detailed how he discovered his partner of five year’s death. "We were supposed to be going for Christmas lunch. I went round there to wake him up and he was just gone, lying peacefully in bed. We don't know what happened yet," Fawaz was quoted as saying. “I want people to remember him the way he was - he was a beautiful person." Michael’s manager, Michael Lippman, has since told the media that the singer passed away on Sunday due to heart failure. He was only 53.

Meanwhile, Gaga’s grief due to the “One More Try” hitmaker’s death comes days after she happily spent Christmas with her family. In a post she shared on Dec. 25, Gaga showed off how she and her father prepared the dinner table for their family, while her sister Natali and mother are busy cooking in the kitchen. Days prior, the “Bad Romance” hitmaker also gave an encouraging message to her followers for the holiday season.