Singer Lady Gaga on Monday gave a stunning performance on The Howard Stern Show.

With only a piano and a microphone, the 25-year-old Lady Gaga left Howard Stern stunned. “I think I'm in love with you. I want to marry you,” he said after her performance. (The audio is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

Near the end of the interview, Michael 'high pitch Mike' Morales thanked Lady Gaga for her support of gay rights, bringing the singer to tears.

“I just wanted to say that this is more than about your music. You have changed so many millions of youths, gays lives,” he said. “When I hear your song I think about the people who have been kicked out of their homes, who have thought about slitting their wrists. You've saved lives, whether you know it or not. You're changing the world.”

“Thanks,” an emotional Lady Gaga responded.

“I came out both because my mother told me she would disown me if I was gay and a little bit of bullying, both outside in the world and even with one of the staff members here, but you are a hero, a musical icon, a legend. And the fact that you're here with Howard today is changing my life.”

“Wow,” Lady Gaga said. “Well, you just changed mine, too.”

Afterward, along with a photo from the interview, she tweeted to her nearly 12 million followers: “Just left @HowardStern, rockers with long hair have a sweetspot for girls like me. He was a doll. :)”