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GaGa At The Robin Hood Gala!

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We love, love, love this song!

Last night, Lady GaGa was on hand for the Robin Hood Foundation's Annual Gala at NYC's Jacob Javits Convention Center. Classy as always, she put on a wonderful performance of a song off her new album, You & I!

Check out the video (above) to see her INCREDIBLE performance!

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24 comments to “GaGa At The Robin Hood Gala!”



  1. 1

    R.I.P: The Fame. Gone but never forgotten.



  2. 2

    This clown is not "classy." She's a hilarious "copy"



  3. 3

    wow…how amazing. you went like an hour without another gaga post. dude give it a break and get back to kat graham or the plastic surgery grandma who buys her boyfriends or how great obama is.

    what a joke



  4. 4

    I actually really loved this song, before she decided to put it on the album. She sung it years and years ago at one of her Monster Balls, and fell in love with it the second i Heard it. I really prefer the original complelte ballad version from this ,this just sounds like she tryed to pop it up



  5. 5

    Sounds like an Elton song……



  6. 6

    desperate much? really wish she'll hit the bottom just like christina



  7. 7

    LA Times: A lot of her visual aesthetics have been compared to Madonna. As her creative director what are your thoughts on that?

    Laurieann Gibson: Listen, [Madonna] should be bitter because I did it on purpose, and you can quote me. I did it on purpose because for all those kids who believe that you can’t, I wanted to let them feel that you can. And that’s what I represent, that’s what Gags represents. That’s what this movement represents.
    LA Times



  8. 8

    We know you love it. You love everything about her. She's not God and she's far way for being perfect (as everyone else…) so I hope to see one day ONE post where you make some bad critic about Lady Gaga…
    By the way, the music is.. ok..



  9. 9

    Re: onyx1590
    Yeah, being asked to perform at a fundraising foundation concert that helped raise $47 million is really desperate.



  10. 10

    what, so now she's trying to be Elton John?



  11. 11

    YAYA GAGA!!!



  12. 12

    I love the vibe of this version. Can't wait it hear BM on the album cut.

    Idolized Madonna my whole life (I'm 35). But Gaga is Madonna is plus the magic element: musical talent.



  13. 13

    i'm not a big fan, but this song shows some of her real talent. well crafted song, heartful singing, playing the piano, instead of a bunch of dancers & lip synching to another mindless dance song. well done if you ask me.



  14. 14

    Re: GoodBoyNC – zing!! love the comment.



  15. 15

    Re: OriginalRecipe – haha!! some people are just rude and dumb! They make comments when they dont know what the hell their talking about



  16. 16

    i used to love her, she was charming, original and talented. lately shes all about publicity stunts/antics/shock value. and lets face it, her new music sucks! generic, processed, autotuned etc. while i dont like this song, some of her personality and talent (that voice) come through in the simplicity of this performance, and is kind of endearing. it seems like through trying to push boundaries with her persona, her music has reverted to very conventional, safe pop. im all for experimenting but her music isnt backing it up. this performance almost (almost) makes me want to be a fan again

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    17

    Mutt produced this album cut? Niiiiice.



  18. 18

    I was there and she was awesome! As for the Madonna comparisons who cares anymore, let it go!.

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    19

    i can`t imagine many words that sound more out of place when attached to caca than "classy". well except pretty maybe…



  20. 20

    Love it, she is amazing.



  21. 21

    Love this song, her performances of this song are always amazing!



  22. 22

    I really love this version that she played on Oprah as well. I hope this is how it is on the album, with the three men in her life part included.



  23. 23

    Gaga at her best, her and the piano, although I have to admit I preferred the purely acoustic version she played at Elton John's charity ball (no guitars), I do love this song though, such a shame she is not going to release it as a single. AND the woman can certainly sing well live, unlike too many of today's female stars (I won't mention any names, you know who they are). Looking forward to hearing the album later this month ;o)



  24. 24

    the concert version is better, this is overproduced and lame