Lady Gaga duets with Joseph Gordon Levitt on classic festive song - watch

The duo performed 'Baby, It's Cold Outside' on the Lady Gaga Muppets Thanksgiving special

Lady Gaga has duetted with actor Joseph Gordon Levitt on the classic festive song 'Baby, It's Cold Outside'.

Click above to watch the performance, which was part of the 90-minute long Muppets and Lady Gaga TV special which was broadcast Stateside for Thanksgiving. The show also featured performances from Elton John and RuPaul as well as seeing Gaga duet with Kermit the Frog. Channel 5 has confirmed that it will broadcast the show in the UK over the Christmas period. The programme also features a Muppet assisted performance of Gaga's single 'Applause'.

"I was so excited when ABC called me about doing a holiday special this year," said Lady Gaga in a statement when the show was announced. "I knew it just wouldn't be a complete night of laughter and memories without The Muppets! Can't wait to see the gang again and I hope Miss Piggy's still not mad about Kermit. We're just friends!"

Kermit The Frog added: "What an incredible opportunity! We have a long history with Ms. Gaga, so we jumped at the chance to do a holiday special with her. We won’t even mind if she mistakes some of the Muppets for pieces of her wardrobe - again."


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