Lady Gaga’s tribute to David Bowie at Monday’s Grammys wasn’t exactly a hit.

Gaga surged through 10 Bowie songs in just over 6 minutes, leaving many viewers feeling like they just walked in on a Bowie superfan’s karaoke session than a reverent tribute to one of the most important music icons in history.

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And Bowie’s son, Duncan Jones, was one of them, judging from what he tweeted after Gaga’s performance:

Longtime Bowie collaborator Nile Rodgers, who not only played guitar during the performance but also directed it, defended the medley on Twitter early Wednesday morning Read more…

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Nile Rodgers defends David Bowie tribute: ‘Don’t take it so seriously’