Lady Gaga was full of gratitude for her manager Bobby Campbell on Friday morning (March 19), posing in front of a giant bouquet of flowers he sent her to celebrate her “Rain On Me” Grammy win.
Seated in a yoga pose on a patterned rug in grey sweats with the sun illuminating her from the side, Gaga wrote, “Flowers from @wanaynay thank you Bobby for not only being my manager but my family. You sent me flowers to my room the day after our 12th Grammy win, on the set of Ridley Scott’s movie House of Gucci. I’m eternally grateful to you for your love, talent, determination and forever friendship… Art perpetuates beauty. Beauty is a symptom of the force that is nature. You are a force of nature, I love you.”
Gaga took home her 12th Grammy award on Sunday night for her Ariana Grande duet “Rain on Me,” marking the first time the award for best pop duo/group performance has gone to an all-female collaboration.
The singer’s reference to her role in the Gucci film — which she is currently filming in Italy with Adam Driver — comes just days after fans got the first glimpse of the pair on the set of the Ridley Scott-directed film.
Gaga and Driver play Patrizia Reggiani and Maurizio Gucci, respectively, in the biographical crime drama that tells the story of how Reggiani was tried and convicted of organizing the assassination of her ex-husband and former head of the Gucci fashion house. Roberto Bentivegna’s script is based on Sara Gay Forden’s book The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed.
Watching the Grammy’s from Italy! So honored just to be nominated! Love you little monsters! Love you music, love you art, love you world. God bless health and happiness to all the nominees!
— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) March 14, 2021