Celebrity·Posted on Apr 5, 2022Just Some Evidence Of Lady Gaga Being The Nicest Celebrity EverTalented, brilliant, incredible, amazing, show stopping...by Alex GurleyBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Lady Gaga is a total class act, and over the years she's proven herself to be one of the nicest celebs in Hollywood — especially when it comes to respecting her elders. Jeff Kravitz / FilmMagic / Getty In the past two weeks alone, Gaga has shown just how kind and genuine she truly is, and it's definitely not the only moments she's done so in her career! Amy Sussman / Getty Images Please enjoy these instances of Gaga just being a really nice person: 1. Gaga literally got down on the floor to help SZA with her dress after losing a Grammy to her. Recording Academy / Via youtube.com Lady Gaga may not have won all of her Grammy nominations over the weekend, but she certainly made a great impression on viewers. In fact, immediately after losing Best Pop Duo/Group Performance to SZA and Doja Cat, she made sure that SZA's big moment was as perfect as possible.Gaga could be seen crouching down to fix the tulle train on SZA's dress as the musician made her way to the stage on crutches. Gaga even followed behind to make sure that SZA safely got to the stage with her dress in tact! 2. She was so kind to Liza Minelli as they presented at the Oscars together. Neilson Barnard / Getty Images At this year's Oscars, Lady Gaga took the stage alongside legendary actor Liza Minelli and the duo had the sweetest interaction. When Liza, who has retreated from the spotlight in recent years, seemed to be unsure what to do next, Gaga was there to help her out — without stealing Liza's moment in the spotlight. Fans later praised Gaga for guiding Liza without being “patronizing” or “awkward."On top of that, Gaga could be heard privately reassuring Liza before the cameras cut to the nominees by telling her "I got you," to which Liza replied: "I know, thank you." 3. And any interaction she's ever had with Tony Bennett has been so heartwarming!! Kevin Mazur / Getty Images for LN Gaga began collaborating with Tony Bennett back in 2014 and over the years, the duo have had the most wholesome relationship. Even as Tony has dealt with Alzheimer's, she has been by his side and had the honor of taking the stage with him for the final time before he retired in 2021. "He let me share my secrets with him. When I say secrets, I mean my life. He called me Lady but he talked to Stefani. The little girl in me that loved jazz sang with Tony Bennett. I know he called me Lady, but I know who his singing partner was: It was that little girl who loved jazz," Gaga once said. 4. After her dog walker was attacked, she invited him to live in her home while he healed. View this photo on Instagram @saintrocque / Via instagram.com In early 2021, Lady Gaga's longtime dog walker Ryan Fischer was tragically shot while he attempted to save the singer's dogs from being kidnapped. While all three dogs were eventually safely returned home, Ryan had a long recovery in front of him — which he says Gaga was a big part of. He recently shared that he actually lived in Gaga's home while he recovered with the help of friends, family, and therapists. "She's helped me so much. She's been a friend for me and after I was attacked, my family was flown out and I had trauma therapists flown to me and I stayed at her house for months while friends comforted me and security was around me," Ryan said on CBS Mornings. 5. Gaga is also about to launch a free online mental health course to help young people going through a tough time. View this photo on Instagram @ladygaga / Via instagram.com Not only does Gaga run her Born This Way Foundation, but she recently announced a collaboration with Jack.org, which will launch a free online mental health course. The course is designed to help young people start the conversation about mental health with someone else and offer support. With a Be There Certificate, youth will learn how to truly, kindly, and safely be there for someone while maintaining their own mental wellness."I hear from young people around the world every day that need the validation, affirmation, and support the Be There Certificate offers," Gaga says. "Sharing this resource with each of those young people and the world means everything to me and I share it as a way to remind myself and everyone else that we each have a role to play in being there for each other," Gaga said in a statement. 6. She often recognizes fans' creativity — and actually hires them! Jeff Kravitz / FilmMagic / Getty Images / Via instagram.com When Gaga notices her fans talents, she actually brings them onto her team! After seeing longtime fan Helen Green's artwork, Gaga reached out to her and invited her to a concert. When they met in person, the musician invited Helen to join the Haus of Gaga, where she contributed illustrations to campaigns and the Born This Way Foundation. "I brought one of my sketchbooks with me and she had a flick through it, remarking on the drawings she liked and recognised. Sometime before the concert, I had given her a new drawing as a gift, which to my surprise she later plastered all over her Twitter profile along with an announcement welcoming me as a new addition to her Haus of Gaga collective (meaning I would work on projects for her and the Born This Way Foundation)! When I look back, the standard of my work then was far from perfect but I’ll always be grateful that an artist I admired saw something in me and gave me a shot," Helen said in an interview. 7. And, of course, she's made an incredible amount of charitable contributions! View this video on YouTube Global Citizen / Via youtube.com It's hard to forget how philanthropic Lady Gaga has been over the course of her career, donating millions to different charitable causes throughout the years. Back in 2017, she even contributed $1 million to relief efforts during the hurricane season. And early during the COVID pandemic, Gaga helped organize One World: Together At Home, a global broadcast special that helped raise $128 million for frontline healthcare workers and the WHO. “I feel very honored to be a part of the World Health Organization and Global Citizen in the fight against COVID-19 and raising money for the Solidarity Response Fund. I care so much about all of the medical workers that are putting their lives at risk for us right now. I think of them every day, I pray for them every day, and I’m also thinking of all of you that are at home, who are wondering when this is all going to be different," Gaga said during the broadcast. Share any lovely experiences you've had with Lady Gaga in the comments!!