The 'Poker Face' singer made a surprise performance prior to her own set, jumping into the crowd and making out with the band's frontman Justin Tranter.
Lady GaGa made another jaw-dropping performance. When taking the stage at the first day of 2010 Lollapalooza music festival on August 6, the dance queen who wore ragged fishnet stockings did a crowd-diving with Semi Precious Weapons' frontman Justin Tranter and locked lips with him.
GaGa invaded the stage when the band sang "Magnetic Baby" hours prior to her own full set. "If anyone calls Lady GaGa a pop star I'll f*cking kill them," Tranter said in an accompanying message of the picture taken by Last Nights Party from Chicago where the gig took place. "She is a rock star, and she is helping, Semi Precious Weapons, bring rockNroll back. RockNRoll is back bitches!"
To MTV, Tranter recalled, "She came to watch us perform. She stood on the side of the stage, and then during the song 'Magnetic Baby,' she started playing drums with Dan [Crean]. Then she started singing backup vocals, then her and I made out, and then she stage-dove and then I joined her while she stage-dove. And then we made out while stage-diving. And then she left."
Calling the experience "pretty amazing," the vocalist said it was not the first time they team up on stage. In fact, they are opening for her Monster Ball tour. He also stated, "She used to get on stage with us all the time, but since she's so famous, normally it's not safe for her. But she played the same stage we played three years ago, and I think she was so excited about us playing that stage."
Earlier that day, the Friday gig was kicked off with performances from B.o.B. Beside singing his own songs such as "Nothin' on You" and "Aiplanes", this Atlanta rapper also treated concertgoers with funky cover of MGMT's "Kids".
2010 Lollapalooza will continue until Sunday, August 8. Green Day, Arcade Fire, Erykah Badu, Cypress Hill, Switchfoot, Empire of the Sun, Neon Hitch, Dan Black and Perry Farrell among others are scheduled to perform on the remaining dates.