Transcript for Lady Gaga makes surprise appearance at Stonewall for Pride performance
Diane, what's going on? We are going to start things off with lady gaga making a surprise appearance near the stonewall inn right here in new York City to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the uprising that started the lgbtq rights and the "Born this way" singer took part in world pride festivities delivering an impassioned speech. You have the power and you are so, so powerful and I hope you feel that power today. You are the ultimate power and you have never been so visible in the world and that beautiful light and that rainbow is shining all around you. Stand in it. Bask in it, allow yourself to glow in it as we grow. Gaga has dedicated a lot of her career to shining a spotlight on lgbtq issues. She was very well received at the event. Pride on ABC news live by the way begins at 11:00 A.M. Eastern. Sunday they're featuring special performances followed by live coverage all afternoon of pride events. Very cool. The spice girls, by the way, they just wrapped up their uk tour and now they're hoping to spice up the world. The group is sharing this video of some of their highlights from the uk and they will see. Sporty spice says they don't want it to end and tells "Billboard," they want to take their show further afield to fans who couldn't travel so far to see them. No word on whether that could entice Victoria Beckham to join them. The tour pulled in $78 million but we all know real fans travel. Isn't that right, Eva pilgrim? $78 million. I bet you there money might entice Victoria. Posh is not on the tour. Well, it's over now. There is room for old spice Dan Harris. Old spice. I didn't see that coming. Who are you calling old spice? All right, all right, I'm going to try to get the train back on the tracks. Let's get to demi Lovato who has a tiny tattoo with a big statement. She posted this writing me first, thank you and adds can't love anyone else unless you love yourself first. That comes a few days after she teased an upcoming album saying it's great to be as open and honest as possible and finally tell your side of the story. And this would be her first album since her suspected overdose last summer, so fans are excited for her and are excited for new music and excited to hear what she has to say about it all. Before we go we want to send out our congratulations to a long-standing member of our "Gma" family. Joe, 92 years young yesterday. Young spice. Joe, so Joe helps us look good every morning with our wardrobe. So we have a lot to thank and, Joe, 33 years at ABC? Since 1986. So what's your secret? Secret to longevity, Joe. Good food and good company. Yeah. I want to add, by the way, my band performed last night. Joe was the hit of the party. Danced all night long. But you sang. His moves were very young. We know you've had a long career in film, stage and TV and so we're so happy that you decided to spend so much time with us at "Gma," and long may it continue. Thank you for the cameo appearance. We love you. Happy birthday, Joe. This is an overused word but you really are inspirational. I mean we -- especially as I get older and they call me grandpa all the time and to be 92 and as vibrant and engaged and funny as you are is awesome. Thank you. I won't call you grandpa. You can call me grandson. In fairness you were dancing with us last night. Dan, what were you doing? I fell asleep early. There you go. For the record. I like the hat too. Snow, happy birthday.
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