Noah Cyrus recently shared her thankful Instagram post For Lady Gaga. The music diva is highly inspired by Gaga’s acceptance speech at the 61st Grammys Award.
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i just wana say how much you inspire me and HAVE inspired me for so long. not just as an artist but your bravery is something ive always looked up to and have wanted to accomplish for myself. when i was on tour in 2017 going through the hardest time of my life and feeling helpless and hopeless YOU were there for me and not only through your music but PERSONALLY helped me get through what may have been one of the hardest times in my life. thank you so much for taking the time out of your grammy speech to speak out about mental health and shining a light on how important it is and that its something to be taken seriously. that is something i struggle with every day and so many people like me go through. youre such a beautiful light for this world and im so lucky that im around to watch you do all the amazing things you do. i look up to you and admire your strength and inner beauty so much. i love you @ladygaga
Noah Cyrus Admires Lady Gaga’s Views On Mental Health
It’s not about the win-loss battle or the disastrous fashion at the Grammys 2019 show. It’s, in fact, a lucid story of gratitude and inspiration. The ‘make me cry’ fame, Noah Cyrus thanked Lady Gaga for her support as well as the moving speech on mental health at the Grammys.
Noah reportedly mentioned a great sense of gratitude for the ‘Shallow’ singer in her Social Media post. Actually, Lady Gaga has supported Noah while she was battling with extreme depression and anxiety.
It was not just Noah but millions of Twitter subscriber supports Noah’s appreciative attempt to thank Gaga. They praised Gaga for her advocacy for mental health struggles.
I really respect lady gaga so much and I’m so glad she’s incredibly vocal about mental health. we really do need to emphasize how important asking for help is. it shouldn’t be seen as weak to tell someone you need help.
— Gabby Frost (@gabby_frost) February 11, 2019
Noah Cyrus And Lady Gaga Were Victims Of Depression
Both singing celebrities have unfortunately encountered the perils of acute depression and anxiety.
Lady Gaga once confessed,
“There were days that I struggled or couldn’t make it to work and I don’t want that for other artists or anyone.”
Likewise, the 18-year-old celebrity sibling spoke about how her EP reflected her emotions. Noah perhaps was a victim of depression since her childhood. She even had night terrors and her mom had to take her to the dr. Noah desperately revealed that hurtful comments posted on her Instagram posts were toxically deteriorating her mental health.
“A lot of people like to judge you, and make fun of you on the Internet, and people make you feel crazy whenever you’re in a depression”
Lady Gaga And Noah Cyrus Have Defeated The Anxiety Monster
Despite all those panic attacks, the celebrity vocalists are now enjoying their normal routine. For such a reverse gear towards the norm, Noah is greatly thankful to Gaga.
It’s crystal clear that Lady Gaga is Noah’s greatest musical influence. Vice versa Gaga praises Noah on covering her song, “Million Reasons,” during the Katy Perry’s Witness World Tour.
The Grammys Superstar, Lady Gaga, in fact, took home three awards for Best Song Written For Visual Media for “Shallow”, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and Best Pop Solo Performance for “Joanne (Where Do You Think You’re Goin’?)”
Lady Gaga’s Motivating Speech At Grammys
The ‘Star Is Born’ Icon gracefully talked about mental health trauma especially prevailing in celebrities. She beautifully explained her view,
“If I don’t get another chance to say this, I just want to say I’m so proud to be a part of a movie that addresses mental health issues. A lot of artists deal with that. And we gotta take care of each other. So, if you see somebody that’s hurting, don’t look away. And if you’re hurting, even though it might be hard, try to find that bravery within yourself to dive deep and go tell somebody and take them up in your head with you.”
On the other hand, Noah Cyrus stood up to support Gaga in her fighting against Mental illness campaign by praising her speech as well as her effort to eradicate anxiety issues from the entertainment industry.