“I’m here to ruin the party,” Gaga joked as she took the mic
Lady Gaga crashed a jazz night in a Hollywood bar to sing two Frank Sinatra classics this week.
Taking to the stage at Hollywood’s Black Rabbit Rose bar on Thursday night, Gaga belted out Sinatra’s ‘Call Me Irresponsible’ and ‘Fly Me To The Moon’ with a local band.
You can watch footage of the performance below.
Speaking before her surprise appearance, the singer joked, “I’m here to ruin the party, I’m so sorry.”
She continued, “My whole life, you know, I’ve been called irresponsible. It doesn’t make me so mad because it’s kind of true… and I like to hear the truth.”
Earlier this week, the singer responded to rumours that she is pregnant, while also confirming that she’s working on a new album.
The ‘Shallow’ singer had been subject to pregnancy rumours at the hands of a US gossip magazine who claimed Gaga was carrying a a child.
Shutting down the speculation, Gaga tweeted: “Rumors I’m pregnant? Yeah, I’m pregnant with #LG6”
It’s unclear when the follow up to 2016’s ‘Joanne’ will be released, but fans were pleased to hear that Gaga was working on new material.
The announcement comes after Gaga’s awards season success for her turn as a struggling singer in last year’s A Star Is Born, in which she starred across from Bradley Cooper. It was announced recently that the film is to be re-released with extra footage.
She was nominated for both and Oscar and BAFTA for Best Actress, losing out to The Favourite’s Olivia Coleman. However, success came in the form of a Best Original Song Oscar for ‘Shallow’.
Accepting the award, the singer said: “If you are at home and you’re sitting on your couch and you are watching this right now, all I have to say is that this is hard work. I worked hard for a long time and it’s not about winning. What it’s about is not giving up.
“If you have a dream, fight for it. If there’s a discipline for passion and it’s not about how many times you get rejected or you fall down or you’re beaten up. It’s about how many times you keep on going and are brave.”