Lady GaGa Heavily Pregnant on BBC Radio 1's Stage
Lady GaGa once again emphasizes the meaning of her hit single "Born This Way" in a stage act. Performing for BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend, this time GaGa acts as the mother womb instead of the fetus like in her performance for this year's Grammy.
Carried by her dancers in a coffin, GaGa revealed herself in a sideway position, very much pregnant in a black patent leather. She began the song while the prosthetic baby bump is still attached. It looks like she had a difficulty while detaching the leather jacket that holds the bump and signaled her dancers to help her.
GaGa, as the headliner of second day, played an extravagant set list which included the songs from her new album. GaGa told the crowd that she was prevented by her label to perform too many of the new materials, but she insisted on playing "You and I", "The Edge of Glory", "Americano" and "Judas". The latest song was a closing act which includes a cross over her crotch area.
She also did a cover of Nat King Cole's "Orange Colored Sky" and dedicated it to Prince William and Kate Middleton. "When I was in the United States I wished I was at the Royal Wedding. I want to be the girlfriend of a handsome prince," she explained.
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