Watch Lady Gaga open ‘Enigma’ residency in Las Vegas

Here's everything that happened.

Lady Gaga finally opened her hugely anticipated ‘Enigma’ residency in Las Vegas last night. Check out footage, photos and the setlist below.

The show, which takes place at the Park MGM resort, sees the singer delivering a career-spanning set – taking in tracks all the way from 2008’s  ‘The Fame’ to her most recent offerings.

After opening with ‘Just Dance’, the singer went straight into ‘Poker Face’, before continuing the brief trip through her earliest material with ‘LoveGame.’

But while the show saw rare outings for ‘Dance In The Dark’ and ‘Scheiße’, there was also room for an unexpected cover of David Bowie’s ‘I’m Afraid of Americans.’

The show also leaned heavily on era-defining outfits, with costume changes that reflected different stages in Gaga’s career. It also indulged her love of the strange and surreal – with alien themes and robotics being peppered throughout.

Lady Gaga performs atop a robot during her ‘ENIGMA’ residency at Park Theater at Park MGM on December 28, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Park MGM Las Vegas)

Gaga rocks out in Vegas…

Although it was ‘Born This Way’ that officially brought the show drew to a close, Gaga returned for an encore that saw her delivering a piano led rendition of ‘Shallow’, taken from A ‘A Star Is Born.’

The residency is set to continue late into in 2019 and it’ll be later accompanied by the Jazz & Piano show – which sees her performing standards from The Great American Songbook.

Lady Gaga played: 

‘Just Dance’
‘Poker Face’
‘LoveGame’
‘Dance In The Dark’
‘Beautiful, Dirty Rich’
‘The Fame’
‘Telephone’
‘Applause’
‘Paparazzi’
‘Aura’
‘Scheibe’
‘Judas’
‘Government Hooker’
‘I’m Afraid of Americans (David Bowie cover)’
‘The Edge Of Glory’
‘Alejandro’
‘Million Reasons’
‘You and I’
‘Bad Romance’
‘Born This Way’
‘Shallow’