Lady Gaga came good on her promise to appear at the National Equality March in Washington D.C. this weekend. The singer gave a speech at the event, in which she claimed this was the most important moment in her career to date. Gaga has been a longstanding advocate of gay rights since the beginning of her career.
Gaga claimed she would continue to push President Obama to make changes to the law, and said she had “the most beautiful gay fans in the world” to loud cheers from the audience. She also performed a cover of John Lennon’s “Imagine” at the annual HRC dinner, which might not be her greatest moment to date, but extends the sentiment of her speech.