Lady Gaga stuns Oscars viewers with Sound of Music medley as Julie Andrews praises singer

The performance delivered a good dash of nostalgia

Andrew Buncombe
Monday 23 February 2015 05:47
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Julie Andrews led the applause for Lady Gaga
Julie Andrews led the applause for Lady Gaga

Julie Andrews led the praise on Sunday night for Lady Gaga who stunned viewers with a soaring medley of songs from the Sound of Music movie.

"Thank you Lady Gaga for that wonderful tribute," Andrews, 79, who played the part of Maria the singing nun in the 1965 movie, based on a Rodgers and Hammerstein musical.

People seemed to like the touch of nostalgia her performance delivered.

And they loved her voice too.

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