Lady Gaga reveals surprise new song at Coachella (WATCH)
Lady Gaga stunned fans with a brand new song at Coachella.
The Born This Way singer is headlining both weekend’s at America’s biggest festival, and used the Easter weekend to reveal her new song.
She debuted her new song, The Cure, while performing Saturday night.
In between performing her biggest hits, like Poker Face and The Edge of Glory, fans were treated to the new music.
It’s unclear how long the new song had been planned for, as Gaga wasn’t originally due to headline the festival.
Gaga was substituting for the pregnant Beyoncé, who was the initial Coachella headliner but will instead perform at the 2018 fest.
“My new single ‘The Cure’ is available on iTunes now,” Gaga told the Coachella crowd as her set ended.
Listen to the new song here:
It’s not the first surprise Lady Gaga has given fans of late.
Gaga appeared on RuPaul’s Drag Race at long last – but you might not have seen the best bit.
The drag queen-inspired Born This Way singer appeared on Season nine’s premiere on Friday.
Gaga took a super-serious approach to judging the contest’s drag pageant challenge.
But fans who skipped Drag Race backstage show Untucked missed out on an extra dose of Gaga, as she snuck in to visit the queens.
Appearing on Untucked, Gaga let slip some of the emotion she had been feeling during her appearance on the main show.
Of her connection with the gay community, she said: “I’m not a gay woman, you know? And it’s that touchy sort of subject where can you stand up for people that you are not necessarily fully part of that community in a way that you can understand what you all go through, right?
“But I have always been surrounded by incredibly intelligent, powerful gay men who have lifted me up through lots of changes in my life.
“Becoming famous was very strange and it’s the gay men in my life that helped me to become a woman.
“I don’t know that a lot of people would understand that but it’s because of what you’ve through ― you have survived so much that you inspire me to continue surviving. So thank you for that.”