Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Lady Gaga Battles Unruly Crowd

Lady Gaga has to demand quiet an unintrested crowd before she could perform at the Plaza Hotel in New York.

After scolding noisy audience members at the Plaza Hotel, the singer performs a cover of Cole Porter's 'Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye' and dedicates it to boyfriend Taylor Kinney.
Lady GaGa wants everyone to be quiet when she performs onstage. The Mother Monster was singing a jazz tune at the New York Fashion Week party by Harper's Bazaar late last week when she stopped mid-song to scold some noisy people in the audience.
"Will you (expletive) shut up?" she told the crowd who packed the Plaza Hotel, as quoted by the Associated Press. "We're playing some jazz. Goddamn rich people." According to the site, the 28-year-old superstar silenced the audience when she sang "impressive high notes."
At the event that was also attended by Donatella Versace, Liberty Ross, Brooke Shields and Miguel among others, GaGa played some jazz songs from her upcoming collaborative album with Tony Bennett, "Cheek to Cheek".
After telling off the noisy people, she performed a cover of Cole Porter's "Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye" and dedicated it to her family and boyfriend Taylor Kinney. "So, if you all keep it down while I sing my boyfriend a song I'd appreciate it," she said.
Jacked from Ace Showbiz

1 comment:

zeeedeee said...

Lady say good bye to your singing career I mean what's left of do you go from stadiums to hotels?..oh I fell all the way off..NVRMND!

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