Lady Gaga performs “Shallow” with U2

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Lady Gaga joined U2 at the Sphere in Las Vegas to sing their song ” A Star Is Born “.

Lady Gaga joined U2 during their performance at the Sphere in Las Vegas for a rendition of “ Shallow », his song taken from A Star Is Born. The singer took the stage with the band, dressed in a leather jacket and sunglasses, for a surprisingly energetic version of the emotional song, where she shared vocals with Bono.

Lady Gaga’s appearance follows her recent onstage collaboration with the Rolling Stones at New York club Racket last week. She joined the group to perform “ Sweet Sounds of Heaven », taken from the latest Rolling Stones album, Hackney Diamonds.

This isn’t the first time Lady Gaga has performed with U2. In 2015, she made a surprise appearance during the tour Innocence + Experience of the group, which welcomed many special guests. Gaga performed “ Ordinary Love » with U2 after rumors began spreading on social media regarding their appearance at Madison Square Garden.

Lady Gaga wrote “ Shallow » with Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt and Anthony Rossomando, and co-produced it with Benjamin Rice. She originally performed the song with Bradley Cooper in A Star Is Born. The duo then performed the song live at the Academy Awards in 2019, where the song was awarded the statuette for Best Original Song.

U2 opened the Sphere in Las Vegas in September and has performed there regularly since.


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