Pop sensation Lady Gaga has thanked her fans and the Recording Company for nominating her album 'Joanne' and song 'Million Reasons' for their 60th annual ceremony.
The 31-year-old pop diva took to her Twitter handle and posted her horse-riding picture flaunting her cleavage beneath a dramatic hooded cape.
The picture was captioned, "I'm humbled & grateful that my album "Joanne" was nominated & also my song "Million Reasons." Thank u so much Monsters & Grammy Voters for believing in this music and me. I love u so much. This is a day to truly celebrate lots of hard work, perseverance & gratitude through music."
I’m humbled & grateful that my album “Joanne” was nominated & also my song “Million Reasons.” Thank u so much Monsters & Grammy Voters for believing in this music and me. I love u so much. This is a day to truly celebrate lots of hard work, perseverance & gratitude through music. pic.twitter.com/X0vNvUrNEI— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) November 28, 2017
The 60th annual ceremony will be hosted by James Corden and is scheduled to air on January 28 on CBS live from Manhattan's Madison Square Garden.
Jay-Z and Kendrick Lamar are the top contenders for the 60th annual Grammy Awards, leading a crop of nominations that is heavy on hip-hop and R&B but has left some mainstream pop stars, including Ed Sheeran, shut out of major prizes.
Jay-Z got eight nods for his album '4:44,' while Bruno Mars had six nominations, and Childish Gambino, Khalid, SZA and No I.D. (Jay-Z's producer) each had five.
Contenders for record of the year include Jay-Z for 'The Story of O.J.'; Mr. Lamar for 'HUMBLE'; Mr. Mars for '24K Magic'; Childish Gambino for 'Redbone'; and the Latin pop phenomenon 'Despacito,' by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee with Justin Bieber.