Lady Gaga belts out “Luck Be a Lady” during the opening night of her Lady Gaga Jazz and Piano show on Sunday night (January 20) at Park Theater at the new Park MGM resort in Las Vegas!
The 32-year-old entertainer looked stunning in a low-cut, sparkling black gown with an ornate headpiece as she opened the show with a performance from musical Guys & Dolls.
During the show, Gaga slayed the stage in four stunning costumes – and was joined for a few performances by close friend Tony Bennett.
The Jazz and Piano show featured a 30-piece orchestra with Brian Newman as bandleader – who Gaga has collaborated with several times over the years.
You can check out all of the dates for Gaga‘s Enigma and Jazz & Piano shows here!
FYI: In act one, Gaga is wearing a black Natali Germanotta dress, Rinaldi headpiece, Jimmy Choo shoes, and Fiorucci earrings. In act two, Gaga is wearing a white Ralph Lauren dress with Jimmy Choo shoes. In act three, Gaga is wearing a pink Schiaparelli outfit with Jimmy Choo shoes. In act four, Gaga is wearing a Ralph Lauren tuxedo with Jimmy Choo shoes. She was styled by Sandra Amador and Tom Eerebout.
Click inside for the full set list…
Lady Gaga – “Jazz and Piano” Las Vegas Set List
1. “Luck Be a Lady” (from the musical Guys & Dolls)
2. “Anything Goes” (from the musical Anything Goes)
3. “Call Me Irresponsible” (from the movie Papa’s Delicate Condition)
4. “Orange Colored Sky” (made famous by Nat King Cole)
5. “Poker Face”
6. “Lady is a Tramp” (with Tony Bennett for opening night)
7. “Cheek to Cheek” (with Tony Bennett for opening night)
8. “I Can’t Give You Anything But Love” (from the musical Blackbirds of 1928)
9. “Someone To Watch Over Me” (from the musical Oh, Kay!)
10. “Born This Way”
11. “Bang Bang” by Cher
12. “Little Coquette” (made famous by Guy Lombardo)
13. “What a Diff’Rence a Day Makes” (made famous by Dinah Washington)
15. “La Vie En Rose”
16. “Just a Gigolo”/“I Ain’t Got Nobody” (made famous by Louis Prima)
17. “Lush Life” (made famous by Kay Davis and the Duke Ellington Orchestra, as well as Nat King Cole and Ella Fitzgerald)
18. “Bad Romance”
19. “Fly Me to the Moon” by Tony Bennett
20. ENCORE: “New York, New York” (from the film New York, New York)