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Mark your calendars! Lady Gaga and Yahoo Music have announced that she will be streaming her final artRave show next Monday, Nov. 24, at 10:45 am PT/1:45 pm ET, from the Palais Omnisports de Paris Bercy in France. The event will be aired LIVE via Live Nation's channel on Yahoo. Exclusive to the Yahoo stream will be sets from opening acts Lady Starlight and Breedlove, as well as a special 30 minute presentation of Lady Gaga video portraits as shot by the legendary artist Robert Wilson, previously exhibited at the Louvre.

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President Bill Clinton told Queen Latifah on her talk show Friday that he is fascinated by Gaga and Tony's partnership for Cheek to Cheek, when asked what is on his playlist.

I am fascinated by this partnership between Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett. Tony is 87 years old and he's a very good friend of mine. He has allowed her to present a whole different side of herself in a secure way, that is mind boggling when you think about the image. This deal they got going is unbelievable. So the idea that he's found youth in her, and she's found comfort in him, it's magic!

Watch Lady Gaga perform 'Bad Romance' from 2011's Decade of Difference concert for Bill Clinton below!

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Gaga and Tony are on the November 2014 cover of L'Uomo Vogue in a spread shot by Steven Klein featuring new images from their Cheek to Cheek album shoot. Check out the story below!

Some say “there aren’t stars like in the past”, “there are no genres anymore”, and “everything has already been done”. But wouldn’t it be more correct to consider this phase of perpetual revival in which we seem to find ourselves a precious moment of introspection necessary for passing from one epoch to another? This, at least, is what emerges from the partnership between Lady Gaga, the first superstar of the new millennium, and Tony Bennett, the last crooner of the old world, the co-author of Cheek to cheek, one of the recordings and revelations of the year.

With a sixty-year gap between them – he’s 88 and she’s 28 – they share Italian origins and a passion for jazz, one of the most long-lived and universal musical genres.

Jazz is full of contemporary sensibility even though it always remains true to itself, just like Bennett, after all, a gentleman from another age who has made 70 recordings and is the guardian of that traditional singing style for which Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby were famous. Like other great performers, Bennett had already performed with many other artists, and many of these collaborations were featured in two albums of duets. In “Playing with my friends: Bennett sings the blues” (2001), he performed with jazz and R&B icons such as Stevie Wonder, Natalie Cole, Billy Joel, B.B. King and Ray Charles. In “Duets” (2011), he sang with Amy Winehouse, Michael Bublé, Aretha Franklin, Mariah Carey, Andrea Bocelli and Lady Gaga. Check out the rest!

Gaga took time out while in France to appear on the popular television show C á vous to talk about equal rights, Cheek to Cheek, ARTPOP and more. Check it out!