Lady Gaga Goes Sci-Fi For Las Vegas Enigma Show

Oscar Cross
January 1, 2019

The biggest news from the show, though, is that singer also delivered a couple of live debuts during the performance!

Gaga opened her new show on Friday (Dec. 28) at the Park Theater at Park MGM in Las Vegas. For the next 90 minutes, she played a combination of greatest hits and fan favorites, all while lasers continuously peppered the Park Theater.

Pop star Lady Gaga enthralled audience in a bejewelled bodysuit and pearlescent leotard as she transforms into her alien alter-ego for her residency Enigma concert debut, here.

Enigma was very theatrical and very "Gaga": she sang several songs while hovering over the crowd; she changed costumes multiple times; she also played into the Enigma theme, constantly speaking to the alien-like character on the screen.

Those in attendance for the 5,200-capacity show included Katyu Perry, Orlando Bloom, Jeremy Renner, Dave Grohl, Adam Lambert and Marisa Tomei.

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The musician ended the show by singing "Bad Romance" and "Born This Way" before she came back and got emotional while performing an epic version of the "A Star Is Born" track "Shallow".

"What's happening to me?" the Gaga avatar asks in the preview clip before an alien creature responds: "Hello Gaga". They thought it was shallow.

There's a lot of influence that went into the production of the show, including Gaga's own fascination with hologram singer Hatsune Miku, as well as her current obsession with the video game Bayonetta.

Just hours before her Las Vegas residency dubbed Enigma kicks off, Lady Gaga gave fans a sneak peek with a new teaser. Enigma and Gaga both focus on the past as a way of explaining the future, Rolling Stone revealed.

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