Lady Gaga dedicates surprise appearance at Club Quarantine ‘fundrager’ to trans icon Marsha P Johnson
Paper Magazine threw the digital bash with Club Quarantine, an online queer club group, for the official “Chromatica Fundrager“.
Amid a tiled grid of Little Monsters dancing and jiving to “Scheiße” and “G.U.Y”, Mother Monster herself manifested to the surprise of those in attendance, deemed worthy to be in her presence.
She danced in a cone-studded face mask designed by Michaelangelo, hunched over a rose gold Macbook and dedicated her performance to Johnson, one of the original Stonewall Riots pioneers.
Lady Gaga has fans in hysterics after surprise appearance at The Martha P Johnson fundraiser.
Gaga appeared during the live stream, where she got her disc jockey on and played remixes of her back catalogue.
“Hi everybody,” she said during the end of her appearance, with basically all the Zoom users’ jaws plummeting and others frantically recording on the mobiles.
“I just wanted to thank you all so much for coming,” an attendee then screamed, “I love you, I love you so much.” Another attendee squeals: “Hi, Gaga.”
Gaga continued: “Thank you, Marsha P Johnson, for being such an inspiration to so many people.
“And thank you so much for being here tonight, you’re all having so much fun together in the spirit of something so kind and beautiful.
“I f**king love you. Please take care of each other.”
She added: “I love seeing you all smiling and dancing, so, back to the music.”
She later reappeared again, ditching her dangly chain one-piece by Augusto Manzanares for wearing a garment designed by BCALLA that can only de described as akin to the pink furry pen used by Elle Woods in Legally Blonde.
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Gaga later took to Twitter to thank folks for tuning into the live stream and amplified calls for donations to the LGBT+ nonprofit.
“Thanks for partying at our Fundrager for The Martha P Johson Institute,” the “Babylon” hitmaker said.
— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) June 25, 2020