The Brit Awards took place Tuesday night and singer/songwriter Lady Gaga was a big winner.
She won all three awards she was nominated for that night, but the real highlight of the evening was her performance, which turned out to be a homage to her friend, the late British fashion designer Alexander McQueen.
According to MTV.com, Gaga wore all white while she performed an acoustic version of her song "Telephone."
"This is for Alexander McQueen," she told the crowd before beginning.
The stage was decked out in white, and perched on a pedestal was a statue of what seemed to be Gaga wearing a piano skirt and the now-famous McQueen lobster-claw heels she wore in her "Bad Romance" video, MTV reported.
The star then launched into "Dance in the Dark." She wore a lace body suit and a huge, white bouffant wig, the same wig she arrived at the awards wearing in fact.
During "Dance in the Dark," Gaga listed off names of fallen icons like Sylvia Plath and Judy Garland.
MTV.com said Gaga retooled her whole performance to pay tribute to McQueen at the show. McQueen, 40, who was known globally for his exuberant shows and outrageous clothes, was found hanged at his home near Hyde Park in London on Feb. 11.
Following her Brit Awards performance, Gaga tweeted, "Tonight's performance is inspired by our friend. Mask by Phillip Treacy, Sculpture by Nick Knight, Music by Lady Gaga. We miss you."
Last week, after news broke about McQueen's death, she tweeted a photo of her and McQueen as a tribute to her late friend.