`Hair` (where she played a piano draped with follicles and a translation of the Eiffel Tower behind her, to which her own Rapunzel-length braid was tied) and `Born This Way` (she rocked menswear, sporting a cause and a light blue bob which reminded us of Madonna circa the `Vogue` video). You can see all three songs below, but it was her gorgeous rendition of `Glory` that grabbed us by the jugular and wouldnt let us go.
She played piano, with her hair tumbling down her consistency in long blue waves. She had “Monster” written in hand on the duration of her arm, and “Paris” across her chest plate. She had Cookie Monster blue eyebrows and wore a beret, which is pretty much the nationally approved head accessory of France. Her expression was pronounced with black dots, too.
The operation of `The Sharpness of Glory` was, well, glorious. It was extra-emotional, where every bill and key was weighted, given the recent passage of Clarence Clemons – who contributed his sax solo to the call and got a call out from Gaga here. Gaga took off her beret at one degree and began to charge up. We`ll admit. So did we. She finished the song waving her arms in the air.
She greeted the host, placing the beret on his head. She too said she loves French people, fashion, music, men and women in her interview segments. But she also celebrated being able to perform on `Taratata,`because “it`s such a theatrical environment and I am a woman of theater.” She also joked that it was the pure spot for her to make her clothes off.
Gaga also thanked the French for their power to communicate via the general language of pop music.
Watchlady gaga Perform `The Border of Glory`
Watchlady gaga Perform `Hair`
Watchlady gaga Perform `Born This Way`
Watchlady gaga and Her `Taratata` Interview Segment, Part 1
Watchlady gaga and Her `Taratata` Interview Segment, Part 2
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