Lady Gaga Surprises Hollywood Jazz Club With Frank Sinatra Hits: Watch
By Paris Close
March 16, 2019
Lady Gaga crashed a cocktail bar with an unforgettable jazzy performance.
The pop star performed a surprise set at Hollywood's Black Rabbit Rose earlier this week, Thursday (March 14). The "Shallow" singer-songwriter was met with rollicking applause when she took the stage to belt out not one, but two hits from the legendary Frank Sinatra.
"My whole life, you know, I've been called irresponsible. It doesn't make me so mad because it's kind of true... and I like to hear the truth," the musician told the audience, cueing her band to play Sinatra's "Call Me Irresponsible" before closing out her impromptu showcase with "Fly Me to the Moon."
Gaga rocked a platinum blonde updo for her old school tribute along with a black faux fur coat. The musician later peeled off her chic ensemble, revealing a black leather dress underneath, as she took the mic. According to Entertainment Tonight, an eyewitness said the Oscar-winning songstress was actually sitting in a booth with Avengers actor Jeremy Renner before hitting the venue's stage.
Hosted and organized by Limp Bizkit lead singer Fred Durst, the Black Rabbit Rose celebrates jazz celebrations every Thursday.
Additionally, on that same night, Gaga brought home the iHeartRadio Music Award for Song That Left Us Shook for her track "I'll Never Love Again."
Watch clips from the night below.
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Such an incredible night at Black Rabbit Rose w/ @ladygaga @notmychair @antijacobclub @zandertaylorsill @dantheconman @lesgarland_ @renner4real & The Orchestrator of This Amazing Jazz Night, The One And Only @freddurst A big shout out to owners of the venue @houston_bros Houstonhospitalityla.com and an unbelievable night for the team that makes magical things happen ✨ Mark Houston , Jonnie Houston, David Weiss and Fred Durst!
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