Lady Gaga's Emotions Got The Best Of Her
She's back, Monsters.
Currently on her "Dive Bar Tour," Lady Gaga has been making appearances across the country in some not-so-luxurious places. Her most recent performance took place at a West Village bar called Bitter End and brought back some serious emotions for the singer.
Promoting her fifth studio album, Joanne, Gaga is uber-famous but will never forget her roots. Her premiere single, "Just Dance" shot her into the spotlight while she was still Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta. Another struggling musician, Stefani performed all over NYC -- including several gigs at Bitter End.
Last night, her return to the divey hangout sparked some feelings she wasn't quite expecting. Gaga showed up wearing a sheer bodysuit, cutoff shorts, knee-high patent leather boots and a pink wide-brimmed hat to put on a great show for her fans. During the show, Gaga said: "I've been playing here since I was 15-years-old. This is where I started and I truly cannot believe you guys moved the grand piano for me. That has never been moved off this stage before as long as I've known its existence, so thank you."
Included on the set list were stripped-down renditions of "Joanne," "A-YO," and "Million Reasons." Clearly emotional about returning to her home stomping grounds, fans were reminded that she has been going through some tough times recently, breaking off her engagement with Taylor Kinney being a major source of emotions. Equipped with a #squad of her own, Gaga sang to her father Joe Germanotta, BFF Sonja Durham and other celebrities including Robert De Niro. For the final performance, Gaga sang "Angel Down" on the balcony of Bitter End to pay tribute to Trayvon Martin.