While Katy Perry took the stage at the Democratic National Convention last night just before presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s closing speech, Lady Gaga performed for Democratic delegates at a more intimate, invite-only event at Camden Rising in New Jersey.
Performing a number of her own singles like “Bad Romance,” Gaga also sang covers from The Beatles, Neil Young, and more. Shown above, Gaga covers The Beatles’ “Come Together.” She also performed Neil Young’s “Old Man,” Woody Guthrie’s “This Land Is Your Land,” Charlie Chaplin’s “Smile,” and Phil Ochs’s “The War Is Over,” as reported by GagaDaily.
“She’s fighting for all of us, from victims of sexual assault to people suffering from mental health,” said New Jersey Senator Cory Booker in his introduction for Gaga. “She speaks to the gospel of love that she’s put to a pretty powerful soundtrack.” In a Snapchat video, shown above, the NJ Senator expressed how proud he was to be with “Jersey girl, Lady Gaga.”
Revisit a Gaga-centric episode of Fuse podcast Pop Chat below: