Lady Gaga Closes iHeartRadio With Legend Sting & Dedicates Song To Deceased Fan

September 25, 2011 12:47 am

Paws up little monsters! Forget the egg and the meatdress, tonight Lady Gaga made us sing, dance and even cry with a beautiful tribute to a deceased fan and an epic performance of with Sting at the closing of the iHeartRadio Music Festival!

In a beautiful tribute to a 14-year-old fan named Jamey, Gaga dedicated her song “Hair” to the young boy who committed suicide this past week.

“Jamey I know you’re up there looking at us, you’re not a victim, you’re a lesson to all of us, I know it’s a bit of a downer, but sometimes the right thing’s more important than the music, let’s do this one for Jamey,” Gaga said.

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In between Gaga gave us high energy performances of “Alejandro”, “Bad Romance”, “LoveGame” and “Pokerface” decked out in biker babe attire accompanied by a motorcycle piano and a pole for dancing of course!

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But what Gaga performance would be complete without her bleeding on stage? During “Paparazzi” Mother Monster died for fame and needed “the police” headed by Sting to bring her back to life!

Living legend Sting and Gaga then gave us once in a lifetime performances of “Stand By Me” and “King of Pain.”

Despite going over her allotted 45 minutes of performance time, Gaga joked with the crowd about her long sets.

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“They told me I was only allowed to play for 45 minutes. But I think you’re all pretty drunk so you probably don’t know what time it is do you?”

Drunk or sober we don’t care how long you play Gaga, your performances are always a memorable event!

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But just when we thought it was over after “Edge of Glory”, Gaga got even more naked than she already was and gave us her biggest hit “Born This Way.”

Mother Monster topped off a historical weekend of music at iHeartRadio! Our paws are raised high in the air for Gaga and the rest of the incredible performers that participated in this epic event!

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