Lady Gaga thrilled her supporters with a unique live show honoring her collaboration album Love For Sale with Tony Bennett. The 35-year-old icon showcased classic Hollywood elegance during a special performance at Westfield Century City, serenading the audience in a stunning designer gown. Gaga expressed her gratitude for the opportunity to connect with her fans through jazz music after a prolonged period of not being able to perform for them.

Stunning: The 35-year-old music icon celebrated the launch of her album Love For Sale with Tony Bennett through a mesmerizing live performance. She looked fabulous in a couture gown with a daring leg slit.

“Gaga expressed her love for jazz music, calling it the greatest American music. She was grateful for the opportunity to perform and connect with fans through music. Caroline Puechoultres, Chief Customer Officer for Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield, also praised Westfield for bringing people together, whether in person or virtually. She thanked Lady Gaga for always giving her best to her fans.”

Surprise: Gaga brought joy to her fans by putting on a special live show to mark the release of her album Love For Sale with Tony Bennett.

Sassy: The celebrity flaunted her performance skills in yet another bold outfit.

Dazzling fans with a full band backing her up, Gaga took the stage to perform songs from her newest album, released on October 1. Teaming up with the iconic musician has brought together Little Monsters and Westfield customers globally to mark the release of her upcoming album with Tony Bennett, Love for Sale, offering an immersive 360 experience.

With this successful collaboration, we anticipate seeing more exciting partnerships between brands and artists as they strive to deliver top-notch experiences for their fans. Gaga wowed the audience in a stunning sparkly gown, featuring an intricate design with one shoulder bare and a dramatic sash on the other sleeve.

Selling love: The singer from A Star is Born proudly displayed a white rose as she sang her heart out on stage.

Exclusive: When discussing the event, Gaga expressed her excitement at reuniting with her fans after a prolonged period of being unable to perform for them. The stunning couture outfit she wore showcased her amazing legs with its high slit, as she dazzled on stage.

She further enhanced her ultra glamorous appearance by styling her platinum hair in an elegant updo, with soft tendrils delicately framing her face. In a strategic move to generate buzz for her latest studio album, she took to Twitter to invite her fans to join her for an exclusive online performance presented by Westfield to celebrate “Love For Sale.”

Sing it loud: She looked absolutely amazing under the spotlight.

The performance featured the singer accompanied by a talented band, belting out jazzy tunes on stage.

BTS: Gaga can be spotted backstage preparing for her performance. The project, a collaboration between her and Bennett, does not feature the 95-year-old crooner himself as he recently retired after a long and successful career spanning eight decades.

The jazz album includes 12 tracks of classic songs, some of which were written by Cole Porter for Frank Sinatra and Broadway shows. Both Gaga and Bennett have two solo tracks on the album, with trumpet player Brian Newman also making an appearance during the performance. The duo first crossed paths nearly ten years ago when Bennett saw Gaga perform “Orange Colored Sky” by Nat King Cole at a charity event.

Incredible: Gaga and Bennett each have two individual songs on the album, with the addition of trumpet player Brian Newman, who also performed during the live show.

Exciting: The Academy Award winner delivered an exceptional performance that left the audience in awe. They first collaborated on the album Cheek to Cheek in 2014, and later reunited for Love For Sale. In a heartfelt revelation in February, Bennett’s family shared that he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.

His wife, Susan Crow, revealed that his symptoms began in 2016 and worsened two years later. Despite his condition, she noted that when he sings, he transforms back into the Tony they know and love. Reflecting on their collaboration, Lady Gaga expressed her astonishment at being considered a natural jazz singer by the legendary Tony Bennett.