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Lady Gaga returned to Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball stage for the second time since 2009. Gaga set the arena on fire by performing tracks from ARTPOP and by bringing back some older material, such as "Poker Face," "Born This Way," and "Bad Romance" for the first time since the Born This Way Ball.
During a webchat to promote her new album, Britney Spears mentioned that she'd still love to collaborate with Gaga, when asked what pop female artist would she'd duet with. The pop icon's face lit up and said working with Gaga would be "a lot of fun" because she is "different, interesting, and intricate" and that she likes her as an artist. Gaga and Britney have worked together in the past, but never on a proper duet. We wrote a post earlier this year explaining why its time for these two to finally get on a track together -- you can check that out here.
Rumors swirled back in September when Britney's producer said that he'd love to get Gaga on a remix of Britney's single, "Work Bitch," and again in October, when Britney teased several times that Gaga may appear on her album, which was later denied by reps for the performer.
Lady Gaga performed at an exclusive charity event in London Friday night in support for the fight against HIV/AIDS. The event, sponsored by (PRODUCT)RED and Belvedere Vodka, was attended by the likes of Adele, Emma Watson, Philip Treacy, and several other celebrities. Gaga performed hits off her album ARTPOP, including "Do What U Want" and, for the first time since the Born This Way Ball, "Bad Romance". Check out a short interview Gaga gave at the event below!
Lady Gaga makes her second appearance on Alan Carr: Chatty Man! Gaga opens the show with a performance of "Dope", talks about ARTPOP, and paints with the show's others guests before closing it out with an acoustic rendition of "Do What U Want".