By Neil Woulfe
Radar News Director
Gaga wrote: I cant tell you how much last night meant to me Canada, + all monsters. This week was very intense + reflective. Thanku for supporting me.
The Grammy Award winning singer, while accepting the fan-selected UR FAVE International Video for Born This Way, told the crowd: “I love you so much little monsters and Canada!”
Gaga then dedicated the award to her late grandfather and the late E-Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons, who contributed to her smash new album, Born This Way.
She said her grandfather is “in heaven now with Clarence, so I’m on the edge with both of you.”
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Clemons, 69, died Saturday of complications from a stroke he suffered earlier in the week at his home in Florida.
Clemons performed with Gaga on the season finale of American Idol in May and also played on two of the songs on Born This Way.