In her first gig since that Academy Awards showstopper, queen of our hearts Lady Gaga surprised a crowd at the Black Rabbit Rose in Hollywood, California with a set of Frank Sinatra songs.

Deadline describes the cocktail bar as “tiny” so expect some high quality pictures and videos to hit social media.

“I’m here to ruin the party. I’m so sorry,” Gaga told the lucky crowd before opening the night with Sinatra’s ‘Call Me Irresponsible’ and ‘Fly Me To The Moon’ – songs the artist has been performing as part of her Las Vegas residency Enigma. 

“My whole life, you know, I’ve been called irresponsible,” she said. “It doesn’t make me so mad because it’s kind of true… and I like to hear the truth.”

Watch snippets of Gaga’s performance from the night below.

Speaking of surprise performances, Gaga amazed fans during Enigma earlier this year by casually bringing out her A Star Is Born co-star and director Bradley Cooper for a special performance of ‘Shallow’. 

Of course, now we know the performance was a rehearsal for their incredible show at the Oscars. For the emotional ballad, Gaga was awarded best original song alongside co-writers Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando, and Andrew Wyatt. 

During a recent appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, the Oscar winner revealed she had been sneaking into theatres to watch the movie. Just imagine popping up for a bathroom break and running into goddamn Lady Gaga.

“I’m squatted in the back with the popcorn, like hiding,” she told Kimmel. “And then I sneak [out] 30 minutes out because the end of the movie is so sad that I can’t take it. So I’m just, like, crying with my popcorn.”

Source: Deadline
Image: Instagram / Black Rabbit Rose