Lady Gaga's Goodbye Tribute To Her Beloved Horse Will Break Your Entire Heart
Lady Gaga's beloved horse died over the weekend, and her touching tribute is bringing tears to our eyes
It should have been an amazing weekend for Lady Gaga, who won both Best Song and Best Actress at the Critics' Choice Awards on Sunday night. But as the celebrations were underway, Gaga raced home to say goodbye to her beloved horse, Arabella, who fell ill earlier in the day.
On Sunday night, she posted a heart-wrenching tribute to the mare, as well as a goodbye message, to Twitter and Instagram.
Goodbye, my angel pic.twitter.com/KnWlt2ryuC
- Lady Gaga January 14, 2019
“I am so honored and blessed to have won both Best Song and Best Actress alongside Glenn Close this evening. My heart is exploding with pride,” she wrote. “But it saddens me to say that just after the show I learned that my dear angel of a horse, Arabella, is dying. I am rushing to her now to say goodbye. Her name means ‘yield to prayer'. She is and was a beautiful horse. Our souls and spirits were one. When she was in pain, so...
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