Yes hello, prepare to have your night enhanced with some delicious snippets of Lady Gaga performing at her Las Vegas residency, Enigma. 

The event, which wrapped up a couple of hours ago, was a celebration of the artist’s extraordinary career. To open the set, Gaga flew – suspended but flew – into Park MGM hotel to the tune of ‘Just Dance’. 


If you weren’t able to catch the live-stream, Twitter’s got you.

And suddenly, we’re all Katy Perry. 

‘Just Dance’ was immediately followed by ‘Poker Face’ and ‘LoveGame’. 

Fans on ground tweeted that there were five acts plus an encore full of Gaga’s most iconic hits and old fan favourites. She even had time to squeeze in a cover of David Bowie‘s ‘I’m Afraid of Americans’ . 

And, her encore? ‘Shallow’ from A Star Is Born. This was apparently Gaga’s first performance of the ginormous hit in front of a live audience.

Can we all just cry at this video of Gaga performing ‘Scheiße’ on top of Optimus Prime and having the robot do all the choreography. Gaga previously injured herself during live performances of ‘Scheiße’ so sure, why not?

Her Overlord entrance, though.

A closeup:


LAS VEGAS, NV – DECEMBER 28: (EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE) Lady Gaga performs during her ‘ENIGMA’ residency at Park Theater at Park MGM on December 28, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Park MGM Las Vegas)

Big mood.

God bless Twitter, my friends, God bless Twitter.

The below is 25 whole minutes of the affair.

I’m still not over Shallow so 18:40 to experience her emotional as hell performance.

This is just ‘Shallow’ but it’s also better quality.

The full set list:

  • ‘Just Dance’ 
  • ‘Poker Face’ 
  • ‘LoveGame’
  • ‘Dance In The Dark’ 
  • ‘Beautiful, Dirty, Rich’
  • ‘The Fame’ 
  • ‘Telephone’ 
  • ‘Applause’
  • ‘Paparazzi’
  • ‘Aura’ 
  • ‘Scheiße’
  • ‘Judas’ 
  • ‘Government Hooker’ 
  • ‘I’m Afraid of Americans’ – David Bowie 
  • ‘The Edge of Glory’
  • ‘Alejandro’ 
  • ‘Million Reasons’
  • ‘Yoü and I’ 
  • ‘Bad Romance’ 
  • ‘Born This Way’ 
  • ‘Shallow’ 

In a statement obtained by Us WeeklyGaga described the show as a “celebration of all that is unique and different within us.” 

And boy, did she deliver.

Image: Getty Images / Kevin Mazur