Lady Gaga performed Jazz Tunes at a Fashion Week Party at The Plaza hosted by Harper’s Bazaar. Attendees included a star studded guest list of Donatella Versace, Liberty Ross, Brooke Shields and R&B singers Maxwell and Miguel.
At one point, she stopped in the middle of her second song because of the noise.
“Will you (expletive) shut up? We’re playing some jazz,” she told the crowd of a few hundred in New York City. “Goddamn rich people.”
The 28-year-old pop star sang songs from her collaborative jazz album with Tony Bennett called “Cheek to Cheek,” to be released Sept. 23. She sounded great.
The New York-born performer dedicated a cover of Cole Porter’s “Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye” to her family and hot boyfriend, “Chicago Fire” actor Taylor Kinney.
The event was held in honor of women Icons in fashion, including Linda Evangelista, Shields and Gaga.
“An icon, I believe, is somebody that has a strong message behind their beauty and I think all of the women that are here tonight have that,” Gaga said on the red carpet. “I’m not sure that I have it, but I am pretty happy to be on the list with all these super models, so thank you.”