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MTV VMAs 2011: Lady GaGa's Jo Calderone Opens the Show With Brian May

August 29, 2011 (3:10 am) GMT
The Monster ringleader kicks off the show with a monologue which shocked Katy Perry and Britney Spears before singing 'You and I' with the Queen guitarist.

channeled her inner Jo Calderone once again when kicking off the 28th annual MTV Video Music Awards on August 28 at LA's Nokia Theater. Wearing a plain white tee, a blazer and dress pants, the Mother Monster explained to the crowd why it was a he, not a she, who appeared before them.

"Lady GaGa, she left me," Joe started. "She said it always starts out good but..." His monologue continued when he took a jab at his female self's antics. "For example, she gets out of the bed, puts on heels, she goes into the bathroom, I hear the water go on, she comes out of the bathroom, dripping wet and she's still got the heels on."

She rambled on, "What's with the hair? At first it was sexy. Now I'm just confused." She added, "She said I'm just like the last one. I'm not like the last one." The reaction from the crowd was priceless. Both and got the same shocked expression on their faces.

When the talk was done, Jo approached the piano and kicked in a powerful rendition of her latest single "You and I". He joined the dancer for a choreographed number before introducing 's Brian May. The guitarist's appearance got thumps-up from many including ' .





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