Lady Gaga plays first Jazz & Piano show in Las Vegas


She will only perform the show nine times during her Vegas residency

Lady Gaga played her first Jazz & Piano show in Las Vegas last night (January 20) – scroll down to see the full setlist.

The stripped-down concert is part of her Vegas residency but will only be performed nine times during her 72-date run. The rest of the dates will feature the Enigma show instead.

Gaga was joined by Tony Bennett and jazz musician Brian Newman at the first Jazz & Piano show as she played a series of covers by the likes of Frank Sinatra, Cole Porter, Nat King Cole, and Cher, as well as a handful of reworked versions of her own hits. You can watch clips of ‘Poker Face’ and ‘Paparazzi’ below.

The star appeared in various outfits throughout the night, including a black dress designed by her sister, Natali Germanotta.

Lady Gaga played:

‘Luck Be A Lady’
‘Anything Goes’

‘Call Me Irresponsible’
‘Orange Colored Sky’
‘Poker Face’
‘The Lady Is A Tramp’
‘Cheek To Cheek’
‘I Can’t Give You Anything But Love, Baby’
‘Someone To Watch Over Me’
‘Born This Way’
‘Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)’
‘Coquette’
‘What A Difference A Day Makes’
‘Paparazzi’
‘La Vie En Rose’
‘Just A Gigolo’
‘Lush Life’
‘Bad Romance’
‘Fly Me To The Moon’
‘New York, New York’

Fans took to Twitter to respond to the performance, heaping praise on the star. “Frickin love her and doesn’t she look divine?” One wrote. Another added: “Lady Gaga’s Jazz and Piano show is EVERYTHING!”

Another wrote: “Lady Gaga at her jazz & piano show is truly something else… brilliant, powerful, and triumphant. She is one of the greats. No one today even comes close. A star was born tonight.” See those and more reactions below.

Gaga is currently scheduled to perform at Las Vegas’ Park Theatre at the Park MGM resort until November 8, 2019. During a recent performance, she called out Mike and Karen Pence for being “the worst representation of” Christianity, as well as criticising Donald Trump over the current US government shutdown. 



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