November 25, 2011 09:14:49 GMT
Beside going outrageous with weird hat in 'Born This Way', GaGa also gets festive with snowy-themed outfit in 'White Christmas' and gets colorful with orange jumpsuit in 'Bad Romance'.
Lady GaGa wished her Little Monsters a very happy Thanksgiving by performing some songs on a TV special airing on ABC Thursday, November 24. Dubbed, "A Very GaGa Thanksgiving", the 90-minute program features the Mother Monster singing such songs as "Born This Way", "Hair" and "Marry the Night" in different sets.
From the footage which hit the web, GaGa's seen delivering the title track of her latest album at a dining hall. Wearing a huge weird-shaped hat and a black dress which is just about to cover her breasts, she's accompanied by a live band and a number of gentlemanly dancers clad in tuxes. She also performed "Hair" at the banquet hall, only this time sitting behind a piano.
For a "White Christmas" performance, the New Yorker traded her dark-colored outfit with a white one. She brought more color by rocking a orange, wide-legged halter-neck jumpsuit when singing "Bad Romance". In another set, she shared the spotlight with Tony Bennett for a special performance of "The Lady Is a Tramp".
In its interview, GaGa revealed that had stripped off her clothes for Bennett to sketch her in the nude. "I walked in and said 'Well Tony here we are,' and I dropped my robe and I got into position. I felt shy and thought 'It's Tony Bennett, why am I naked?'," she opened up. The picture is set to be unleashed in Vanity Fair magazine next year.
Talking about her experience of working together with Bennett, GaGa told Katie Couric, "Oh Tony he's so handsome I feel terrible whenever his wife is around because he is so charming and such a gentleman." In response, the soul music vet sang praise for her as well, "She is the most beautiful person I ever met but there is something very special about her."
"Marry the Night":
"The Edge of Glory":
"The Lady Is a Tramp":
"Born This Way":