Gaga performed her iconic hit "Bad Romance" at the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy launch on Wednesday night in Los Angeles.
For the first time in 17 months, Gaga sang The Fame Monster song to celebrate tech billionaire Sean Parker's generous donation of $250 million towards research funding for cancer through immunotherapy treatment.
Along with "Bad Romance," and a jazzy version of "You And I," Gaga performed covers of "New York, New York," "La Vie En Rose," "Let's Face the Music and Dance" and "Little Coquette," GagaDaily reports.
Watch Gaga perform her originals below:
VIDEO: Lady Gaga performing a jazz version of "You And I" at Parker Institute Gala. pic.twitter.com/nfIZo7KABr
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While Gaga continues to perform her oldies but goodies, she's hard at work on LG5, the next pop studio album. She's tapped the legendary Nile Rogers, RedOne, DJ White Shadow, Giorgio Moroder and most recently... Fernando Garibay, who is responsible for nearly every song on Born This Way, including “Marry The Night,” “Born This Way,” “Government Hooker,” “Americano,” “Bloody Mary,” “Bad Kids,” “Highway Unicorn,” “Heavy Metal Lover” and “The Edge Of Glory."