Everyone knows Lady Gaga can sing and has a serious affinity for old-time classics, but her cover of Edith Piaf's iconic "La Vie En Rose" proves she can really add a unique spin to *any* performance.
After performing with Tony Bennett last night, the pop star made a surprise appearance at Copenhagen's oldest jazz club, La Fontaine, and blew everyone away with her powerful rendition of the ultimate song for people in love. With her sultry voice, Marilyn Monroe-esque hairdo, and silk top, it's easy to imagine her in a cabaret in Paris circa 1955. Work it, Gaga.
By Diana Bruk
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