Lady Gaga drops her new single 'The Cure' at Coachella
Lady Gaga's new single "The Cure" is out now and you can hear the official studio version right here!
As reported by E!
At the end of the show, the recent RuPaul's Drag Race guest judge announced that "The Cure" was actually her new single and that it was available on iTunes.
The catchy tune, which had EDM undertones, was warmly received by the sea of people present there.
"I love you guys so much". Lady Gaga does not like to go unnoticed and she came by stomping in the Coachella Festival 2017, taking the spotlight in the world's most glamorous indie music festival. Gaga was dressed in a black police hat and a leather trench coat as she kicked off her set with Scheibe from her Born This Way album.
Earlier this year Gaga smashed expectations during a performance at the Super Bowl Halftime show. While we wait, we're going to put "The Cure" on loop and maybe rewatch Gaga's Coachella performance.
The annual music festival in the Californian desert was headlined by Kendrick Lamar, Lady Gaga and Radiohead and up to 125,000 people were expected to attend over the weekend. For many, the planning for the big weekend started months in advance. After breaking things off with her former fiancee Taylor Kinney back in July, the pop queen asked her fans to "root" them on in an Instagram post.
Speaking of un-Coachella-like qualities, this year's expanded footprint and increased capacity often made the festival grounds feel unusually crowded. Hmm, not likely. It feels like Lady Gaga simply wanted to do something really special for Coachella. While singing another hit, "Edge of Glory", Gaga often paused as she tried to wrestle her sweatshirt off.
Coincidentally, Gaga was also Beyonce's replacement as Coachella headliner this week, after the singer was forced to pull out due to her pregnancy.
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