Lady Gaga during her online show at Westfield Arkadia. Fans can watch the broadcast until November 14

Lady Gaga during her online show at Westfield Arcadia.  Fans can watch the broadcast until November 14

The 12-time Grammy and Oscar winner, Lady Gaga, on September 30, delighted millions of fans with an hour-long broadcast around the world. press mat

Fans in the United States, Great Britain and Europe, both on the Internet and in the flagship malls of the global Westfield chain (including almost a thousand fans in Westfield Arkadia), could listen to the pre-premiere of Lady Gaga’s jazz duet with Tony Bennett before its official premiere on October 1.

12-time Grammy and Oscar winner Lady Gaga wowed millions of fans with an hour-long, broadcast worldwide, celebrating the release of her new album Love For Sale, recorded in a duet with Tony Bennett.

Dressed in a phenomenal, beaded and feather-embroidered gown designed by her sister – Natali Germanotta, Lady Gaga started the performance with “Luck Be a Lady”. This piece is the epitome of style and elegance associated with the world of jazz. The icon of the music scene, in the light of the chandeliers, also performed, along with a five-member jazz band, several songs from the Love for Sale album, including “Night and Day”, “Let’s Do It” and “Fly Me to the Moon”. The star also delighted with the new arrangement of its greatest hits – “Poker Face” and “Born this Way”.

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After the break, Lady Gaga took the stage in her sister’s second creation – a classic black velvet gown that exudes Hollywood glamor. She ended the performance with a brilliant, energetic interpretation of the jazz standard “New York, New York”. The artist’s fans danced and sang along with her in fan zones created in major cities around the world, including London, Los Angeles, Paris, Barcelona, ​​Stockholm, Vienna, Amsterdam, Prague and Warsaw.

A fan zone in Westfield Arkadia was organized in Cinema City – guests were invited to several cinema halls. The interior of the lobby was arranged in a jazz atmosphere inspired by the new album. Before Lady Gaga’s performance began, the participants listened to a 30-minute set of the duo of Polish DJs Catz ‘n Dogz. The event was hosted by Olivier Janiak. Everyone who came to the fan zone yesterday received the artist’s latest album Love for Sale. Those who were unable to join the event at Westfield Arkadia had the opportunity to watch the show online. The “Watch Together” function allowed Gaga lovers to create virtual rooms where they could watch and enjoy the artist’s performance together with their friends. It was also possible to chat with other fans via live chat.

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