By Annie Reuter
Last night (April 2), Lady Gaga made Bill Murray’s dreams come true with one little selfie.
Gaga and Murray were both visiting The Late Show with David Letterman when Murray revealed that his dream was to meet her in the flesh. Being a gracious host, David Letterman called Gaga–who was dressed in a studded black bikini, leather jacket, black platform shoes and a humongous blond bombshell wig–to come out onstage to meet and take a selfie with Murray.
After Murray’s first attempt failed, Gaga was patient to stand in again, this time with Letterman. After all, Mother Monster loves all her Little Monsters.
Gaga then invited Letterman, Murray and the audience to her sold out show at Roseland Ballroom where she performed the ballad “Dope” and her latest single, “G.U.Y.” complete with her well-toned dancers.
Screaming, “I missed you so much New York!” Gaga took to her rose decorated keyboards for a stripped down performance of “Dope.” Watch below.
On Friday (March 28), which also happened to be her 28th birthday, Lady Gaga kicked off her first of seven sold-out nights at Roseland Ballroom before the doors to the 95-year-old venue close for the last time on April 7.