Lady Gaga dazzled on and off the stage at the 2016 Met Gala.
Lady Gaga didn't stop entertaining after the Met Gala concluded late Monday night. She and Mark Ronson gave a surprise performance at an after-party, taking the stage to perform a cover of Talking Heads' 1983 hit “Burning Down The House.”
Watch Gaga sing and play the guitar during the performance below:
If Gaga and Ronson appear comfortable together, it's because they're collaborating on Mother Monster's forthcoming record.
“We just spent some time in the studio when she was in London,” Ronson told Zane Lowe back earlier this year. “She’s kind of like a muso at heart — she loves just sitting at a piano and barking orders at a drummer and she has an incredible voice. She’s one of the great voices in pop music, so we’re going to start with the songs and go from there.”
Photogs caught Gaga leaving a studio session with the superstar producer in March following a session he had with Fergie. Either they're cooking up an all-star collaboration with the Black Eyed Peas alum, or Gaga and Ronson have their sights set on the next "Uptown Funk."