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Music legend Tony Bennett is excited about re-teaming with the Mother Monster and says it will 'reaffirm she's one of the best.'
The revamped version of the Irving Berlin-written song is confirmed to be included in Tony's upcoming album 'Viva Duets' which is due later this fall.
In this third part, AceShowbiz highlights the record-breaking opening week of 'Deathly Hallows 2', the wedding of Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries, and the first-ever No. 1 album of Tony Bennett.
The hand-drawn image of the singer was auctioned on eBay to benefit her and Bennett's respective foundations.
Beside the charcoal portrait, fans can also bid on the accessories the 'Marry the Night' singer wore during her Vanity Fair shoot and the original print of her cover photo among many others.
Bennett and GaGa take turn in belting out the classic song's lyrics before grabbing each other's hands and dancing to the jazzy tune.
The music video which features Bennett and GaGa hooking up in studio is going to make its way out in full on October 3.
The protege of Jay-Z is expected to sell 240,000 to 250,000 copies of his debut album 'Cole World: the Sideline Story'.
The oldest living artist who rules Billboard Hot 200 at the age of 85 will share screen with a blue-haired Mother Monster in the 'Lady Is a Tramp' music video.
'There is simply no excuse for terrorism and the murder of the nearly 3,000 innocent victims of the 9/11 attacks on our country,' he apologized.
The 'I Left My Heart in San Francisco' hitmaker and the Mother Monster revamp the classic broadway tune into a more contemporary, catchy song.
In honor of the late 'Rehab' singer, footage of her last recording session at the famed Abbey Road Studios is released on what would have been her 28th birthday.
The '30 Rock' star tweeted a picture of the two of them after the ceremony, wearing white shirts at a beach.
Set against the backdrop of a planet on a path to collide with Earth, this Kirsten Dunst-starring film takes its focus on the relationship between two sisters, Justine and Claire.
Appearing as himself, Bennet recognizes Frank as his friend when taking the stage at a fundraiser to perform 'It Had to Be You' with Underwood in a September 23 episode.