Gaga's Las Vegas residency debut freakish, handsome

Brenda Watkins
January 2, 2019

The show is themed around Gaga's quest to discover her true self, aided by an animated spirit guide, Enigma, who's projected onto screens at the back of the stage.

Celine Dion was in attendance at Lady Gaga's Enigma concert on Sunday night, and she showed ALL the way up.

Lady Gaga's Las Vegas residency Enigma is still going strong, with "Mother Monster" covering David Bowie's 1997 song "I'm Afraid of Americans" last night.

The singer's loyal legion of fans aren't the only ones obsessed with Lady Gaga's performances so far.

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"Give it up for Céline Dion", she shouted into the microphone.

Before playing her hit song "Shallow" from "A Star Is Born", the singer and actress opened up about the song's meaning and her fans influence on her life. The 21st Century's most OTT pop star, taking up residency in a city with all the nuance of a pink Doberman running through a field of saucepans.

Gaga shared video of Dion dancing on her Instagram story and posted a photo that said, "I love you, Céline". "And Oh my God-I swear to you, the number of women that I can count on one hand that are supportive in this industry, it's like, I would lose fingers, OK?"

Dion, in fact, joined Gaga and her crew backstage for a pre-performance prayer, which was captured on the official Instagram account for the "Engima", showing the "Joanne" singer and her backup dancers chanting her name. "I told you backstage "The Prayer" with Andrea Bocelli is one of the most lovely songs of all time".

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