Mother Monster donned a form-fitting black dress as she belted out “Cheek to Cheek” with her handsome duet partner, bringing the celebrity-laden audience to its feet by the time they sang the last note.
Mother Monster was darling in a daringly-low-cut silver gown as she was escorted inside the Staples Center by her legendary jazz singer pal, who donned a classic black tuxedo and a show-stopping smile.
They’re one of the most unlikely pairs in musical history, and yet Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett have been selling albums and selling out shows like crazy as of late.
On Thursday (February 5) the “Just Dance” diva and the legendary crooner gathered at the Staples Center in Los Angeles to rehearse for their upcoming performance at the 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards this weekend.
Showing off their amazing artistic chemistry, Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett rang in 2015 with an amazing concert at The Chelsea inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Wednesday night (December 31).
The legendary 88-year-old crooner was in great shape as he teamed with Mother Monster for a series of jazz standards while the crowd soaked up the rare aural awesomeness. Gaga and Bennett’s set included “Steppin’ Out with my Baby,” “Smile,” “Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down),” “I Won’t Dance,” and “It Don’t Mean a Thing (If it Ain’t Got That Swing).”
Preparing for the enchanting evening ahead, Lady Gaga showed up at Jazz at Lincoln Center last night (July 28) to join forces with Tony Bennett and tape an upcoming special called “Cheek to Cheek Live.”
Accompanied by her grandmother Ronnie Bissett, Mother Monster was elegant in a black dress that showed off plenty of cleavage as she posed for photos with the legendary jazz singer.