When Lady Gaga came back to her Jazz and Piano Fifteen months after her last Dolby Live performance, there was one soul who couldn’t be there in person: the late Tony Bennett, who died in July at age 96 after recording two albums with Gaga, a late-career highlight. for the legend. Gaga paid tribute with a cover of “Fly Me to the Moon,” for which she momentarily unplugged and let the power of her natural voice reach the rafters.
Gaga was picture-perfect at the start of the show, with platinum hair complemented by makeup undoubtedly taken from her Haus Labs line, which is making viral waves with its latest product, Triclone Skin Tech Concealer. The Oscar- and Grammy-winning singer’s beauty products are infused with self-love and self-care, as is her rendition of “Born This Way,” which is dedicated to the trans community.
She also debuted a new arrangement of “Stupid Love,” bathed in pink light while sitting at the keyboard, from the 2020 album. Chromatics. The tour in support of this album ended last September, meaning it had been almost a year since she had performed live at all. Will she come back or not for more? Jazz and Piano The final date of her current engagement is not yet known, but she will most likely be heard next as the vocalist for the next Rolling Stones album.
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