In the Silverlake area of Los Angeles last night, Lady Gaga bared her fit physique at her last Dive Bar Tour performance.
Gaga was seen outside the venue, the Satellite bar, wearing a white T-shirt tied into a knot at the front, along with some tiny jean shorts and her powder-pink brimmed hat. Gaga took to the stage in that outfit, and then also wore a shimmery silver two-piece outfit, revealing her sparkly gold bra.
Producer Mark Ronson was also on hand to play alongside Gaga.
Gaga’s show was sprinkled with songs from her latest and fifth solo album, “Joanne.” Her message became one directly in line with the volatile interactions America’s citizens are having with law enforcement. Gaga performed “Angel Down,” her reaction to the death of Trayvon Martin.
“I wrote this song about people loving each other and taking care of each other, and, you know, the election is coming up. I really hope that is a peaceful day, as much as it can be… not everybody is gonna vote for the same person,” she told the crowd. “Everybody has different ideas and thoughts, and that’s okay. We don’t have to hate each other because of that. What we have to do is come together, and the reason is because there are a lot of people suffering and there are too many angels down, so let’s not focus on the hate.”
Gaga also addressed her audience about the meaning behind her song, “Perfect Illusion.” Getting sentimental, she said, “When we made this song, we just thought it was a beautiful song and an honest song, but after this record came out and everybody heard this music and came to my father’s restaurant in New York, Joanne, to celebrate, I saw a look in my dad’s eyes that I’ve never seen in my whole life, because when my dad was really young he lost his sister, Joanne.”
She went on to express: “Sometimes I used to wonder if I ever got to meet my real dad, you know, because sometimes things happen in your life that are so bad that you die, or a part of you dies, and after this record came out, I swear that part of my dad came back to life. I hope that when you hear it when you’re with your families and you think of the loss that you’ve had or the pending loss… I hope this song can heal you like it healed my family.”
A complete night of crowd-surfing and outfit changes accompanied her live performance of album singles like “A-YO”, “John Wayne”, and “Come to Mama.”
Once she left the venue, after her show, Gaga was dressed in mostly black — leggings, shirt with a white collar peeking out and a moto leather jacket with silver studs — except for her pink cowboy boots.
Gaga is next set to appear at the 2016 American Music Awards November 20 and then the Super Bowl Halftime Show in Houston February 5.