Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett kicked off the holiday season with a soulful performance on ‘Christmas In Rockefeller Center’ on Dec. 3! The dynamic duo belted out ‘Winter Wonderland’ during the highly anticipated holiday event in New York City.
Before lighting up the annual Rockefeller Center Christmas tree, Lady Gaga, 28, and Tony Bennett, 87, combined their amazing voices to delight their many fans and hundred of chilly New Yorkers with a performance of ‘Winter Wonderland’ for the NBC special, ‘Christmas In Rockefeller Center’. So charming!
Rockefeller Tree Lighting: Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett Perform Holiday Duet
After releasing their new jazz album, Cheek to Cheek, back on Sept. 23., Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett have been attached at the hip, performing hit after hit — and now they’ve added a holiday performance to their roster.
Pulling out the Christmas standard, ‘Winter Wonderland,’ the pair showed off just how talented they both are and what a pair they truly make. Lady Gaga stunned in a beautiful snow white gown, complimented with lovely muff-like hat. It may not have been snowing in New York, but she was surely dressed for it!
As for the legendary Tony, he paid homage to the season with a delightful red scarf and wide smile. Fun fact: this year’s tree is a 90-year-old, 5-foot tall Norway Spruce from Hemlock Township, Penn. It’s only 3 years older than Tony! Wow!
Lady Gaga Shines At Rockefeller Tree Lighting, Following Shocking Rape Confession
The pop singer has been staying strong and making her media rounds, even after revealing that she was raped at the mere age of 19 by her music producer.
“I went through some horrific things that I’m able to laugh [at] now, because I’ve gone through a lot of mental and physical therapy and emotional therapy to heal over the years,” she told Howard Stern during a recent interview.
Clearly, Gaga has a spirit that is just as strong and bright as the enormous christmas tree!
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— Dina Sartore-Bodo