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Lady Gaga "comparée à Madonna" lors d'un concert privé.
Joined by her beau Luc Carl, GaGa performed at a NYC club for free...
14:39, Friday, 7 January 2011
Lady GaGa played an intimate mini-set at New York's Oak Room club on Wednesday evening, leaving fans at the Plaza
Hotel venue "starstruck."
The Bad Romance hitmaker, who wore a black S&M style dress for the gig, was also joined by her boyfriend, Luc Carl, as witnesses to her spontaneous show compared Lady G to "seeing Madonna in 1984."
An onlooker told our US Team: "People were actually very into it; they were very calm and collected and starstruck at the same time. It was an excited crowd, but a reserved crowd. They wanted to respect her."
"We were standing 20 feet away from her. I am a huge Lady Gaga fan. It was amazing being there and seeing her up close. It's like seeing Madonna in 1984."
They continued: "She has such a cute New York accent. She did talk a little bit. She was just having fun with it. You'd think she was getting paid a million dollars for it."
A representative for the club also told MTV US: "Every Wednesday at the Oak Room, we have a jazz night with Brian Newman, and Lady Gaga and Brian are old friends."
"So she came once before to support him and it turned out she's obsessed with the room and it's the only place she'll play impromptu for free."
The rep added: "She loves the space and came there in her getup. She came there with her boyfriend, Luc Carl, and when they first got there, Brian was playing Sinatra songs and she was dancing and singing. Everyone was dancing and cheering and hanging out."
"She said she felt bad for the horses outside because it was cold. She told the owner that she'd be back in the near future."
It is thought that the 24-year old, who earlier this week announced that she will premiere her new single, Born This Way, at the Grammy Awards next month, performed her favourite songs by Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole at the impromptu gig.
Source: MTV UK.