BWW Review: Lady Gaga Rocks Mohegan Sun Stage

BWW Review: Lady Gaga Rocks Mohegan Sun Stage

Lady Gaga hit the stage at the Mohegan Sun Arena not once but twice (Thursday, November 9th and Saturday, November 11th), and she did not disappoint.

The Joanne World Tour (named after her middle name and late aunt) wowed the Connecticut crowd with various wardrobe changes and three stages to catch a glimpse of the singer/songwriter dance, sing, and completely rock out.

Gaga worked her moves while belting out plenty of her popular ballads, including "Poker Face," "Bad Romance" and "Just Dance," lifting the audience off their feet. She also slowed things down with a powerful rendition of "The Edge of Glory" and one of her latest hits, "Million Reasons," performed on a piano (which she played).

Throughout the performance, Gaga talked about equality, strength, and compassion for one another, which she showed by briefly stopping the show to ensure a hurt audience member was ok.

Perhaps one of her most passionate performances was "Joanne," in which she dedicated to her aunt that passed away and to all the people in the audience who needed help to find their way.

Lady Gaga proved she stops at nothing to wow her fans, providing standout entertainment, impressive vocals, and a heart much bigger than the limelight.

Photo courtesy of Lady Gaga/Facebook

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