Lady Gaga stepped out in the old Hollywood look after Tony Bennett’s show
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett gave one final concert in New York City on August 5th, and according to Vulture, it was a night full of standing ovations, tons of emotions and a very beautiful friendship between the pop star and the legendary crooner.
It was also a night for another of Gaga’s exceptional dress skills. She was seen leaving Radio City Music Hall wearing a sparkling Georges Hobeika dress. The plunging neckline of the dress and its sequins with floral patterns.
She was joined by music director Michael Bearden as she stepped out of her glamorous look. This shiny number wasn’t her only stunning look on Thursday. She was also seen in this Christopher John Rogers patterned dress from the Spring 2021 collection.
Late Friday night, she was also seen in a fitted pale yellow dress, complete with a baby pink handbag:
The concerts, August 3 and 5, were to coincide with Bennett’s 95th birthday. During the show, Gaga sang in her honor:
“Start spreading the news / it’s Tony Bennett’s birthday.” She added, “He’s my friend. He is my musical companion. He is the greatest singer in the world.
As Vulture reports, the night could have featured the ever charming Gaga, but she made sure the night was about Bennett. When she sang “La Vie en Rose”, the song by Edith Piaf in which she nailed A star is born (2018), she noted Bennett’s role in her relationship with the song:
“I would never have sung this song if Tony hadn’t told me.”
When she sang “Someone to Watch Over Me,” she added that it was written in 1926, the year Bennett was born.
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At the end of the evening, she escorted him backstage as he waved to his audience.
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