Watch Lady Gaga Join U2 On Stage At Madison Square Garden

U2 played yet another unforgettable show at Madison Square Garden this past weekend, as part of the band’s eight-night run, this time opening up their stage of rotating celebrity guests to Lady Gaga.

Gaga joined the Irish rockers for a performance of “Ordinary Love,” the band’s contribution to the soundtrack for the 2013 Nelson Mandela biopic Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. The singer wore Alexander McQueen heels recently purchased from Christie’s for a cool $100,000, black stockings, and a sexy black bra while harmonizing with Bono and playing piano. Even Bono was in awe of her. “It’s a treat,” he said, as she took the stage. Yup, Gaga has still got it.


Gaga tweeted her thanks to the band after her performance.

U2’s residency at the Garden thus far has been attended by music legends Sir Paul McCartney, Nile Rodgers, Alicia Keys, and Jon Bon Jovi, as well as producer Steve Lillywhite, model Christy Turlington, and filmmaker Steven Soderbergh. Jimmy Fallon and The Roots have also shared the stage with Bono and crew. Taking on bets on whether Kanye or Taylor Swift will show up next.

(Via Billboard)