The singer marched Late Show audiences across the street to see her performance at New York’s iconic Roseland Ballroom.
In true Lady Gaga style, the eclectic singer made a big surprise on the Late Show With David Letterman when she walked into the set with a big canary yellow wig and fishnet stockings, and promptly invited everyone to see her performance at the historical Roseland Ballroom, which is across the street from the Ed Sullivan Theatre in New York.
“Hey, what are you guys doing tonight, ‘cause I have a show across the street and if you want to come over, I’ll bring you. You can see the performance. I’ll bring the audience ... You can come over and I’ll sing you some songs,” said the Bad Romance singer, before heading out of the theatre with the crowd and into Roseland.
Incidentally, actor Bill Murray, who was sitting on the guest chair chatting with host David Letterman when all this happened, had been showing off his bucket list which included, “... to meet Lady Gaga”.
Lady Gaga had been playing a series of concerts at Roseland, which has been around since 1919. The singer is the last artiste to perform there, as it will close its doors for good on Friday.
This was Lady Gaga’s first performance on Late Show With Letterman; she only appeared as a guest on the show in 2011.