Lady Gaga's residency Enigma and Jazz & Piano Engagement shows returned to Park MGM Las Vegas after a lengthy break of almost 4 months, on May 30th, on the same day as the opening of her "Haus of Gaga" exhibition in the same venue where the most iconic and memorable outfits, looks and props of her decade-long career are on display.
Earlier in the evening, she made a brief appearance at "Haus of Gaga" to celebrate the opening with the attending fans and visitors, signing the wall right under the "Haus of Gaga" logo inside the store.
Later in the night, she put on, yet again, another stellar performance of her acclaimed Enigma residency, performing the same set, unaltered, as before. In a very sincere moment, she took time to send a message to a fan's boyfriend over FaceTime. While performing Judas, she almost fell while being taken off the robotic apparatus by her dancers. However, she continued her show immediately after without any interruption.
On June 1st, she performed another night of her Enigma show, kicking the official Pride month off with a celebration of the LGBTQ+ community that has been supporting her ever since the beginning of her career. She picked up a rainbow flag, running around frantically, joyously and proudly smiling.
On June 2nd, she performed her Jazz & Piano set to another sold-out crowd at Park MGM Las Vegas. This show gave way to several intimate and emotional moments during which she spoke about her failed engagement to ex-fiancé Christian Carino.
“Last time I sang this song, I had a ring on my finger. So it’ll be different this time” Lady Gaga announced before singing “Someone to Watch Over Me.”
After her show, she joined her friend and collaborator Brian Newman on stage for his late-night lounge gig "After Dark" at Las Vegas’ NoMad Restaurant inside NoMad Hotel at Park MGM. The duo performed 6 songs together which included “I Can’t Give You Anything But Love,” “Call Me Irresponsible,” “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood,” “Orange Colored Sky” “Ev’ry Time Say Goodbye” and “Fly Me to the Moon.” Lady Gaga belted out marvelous vocals, even at times without a microphone. After a few songs into the impromptu set, Lady Gaga asked for a chair to be brought onto the stage out of exhaustion and blamed it on "two and half hours of performing and five glasses of whiskey.”
Check out additional videos from her various performances May 30 - June 2nd:
JAZZ & PIANO
BRIAN NEWMAN: AFTER DARK