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Lady Gaga Rocked Out With Metallica In Fiery Grammy Performance

Presenter Laverne Cox called out her "gender non-binary peeps."

Lady Gaga rocked the stage at the 59th annual Grammys when she collaborated with Metallica on a duet of “Moth Into Flame.”

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Before the show, Gaga showed her excitement for teaming up with the metal gods by getting a tattoo of a large moth and skull on her back in the band’s honor.

The Moth & Metallica ——->#ink #tattoo #MothIntoFlame #MetalliGa #metal #grammys @metallica

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Introducing the performance, Laverne Cox addressed the “ladies and gentleman and all my gender non-binary peeps watching tonight.”

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She then used her time on the stage to draw attention to an upcoming Supreme Court case involving a Virginia trans teen fighting for the right to use the bathroom that matches his gender identity.

“Please Google Gavin Grimm,” Cox said. “He’s going to the Supreme Court in March. #StandWithGavin.”

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