Lady Gaga Thanksgiving

November 4, 2011 by staff 

Lady Gaga Thanksgiving, Lady Gaga is making its own special Thanksgiving. The lead singer and star in a special called “A Very Gaga Thanksgiving,” which will air on ABC on November 24 at 9:30 pm The 90-minute special will show the private life of Lady Gaga, and will eight songs by the singer appeared before a small audience that includes her family and friends.

The special also includes a duet of “The Lady is a Tramp” with Tony Bennett and new single “Marry night.” Lady Gaga will also take out their hit singles “Born This Way” album including “You and I” and “The Edge of Glory” which was written in memory of her grandfather.

Lady Gaga also sing traditional Christmas songs like “White Christmas”.

Katie Couric will interview with the iconic singer in her soul-mater, Sacred Heart Catholic School in Manhattan. Chef Art Smith and Lady Gaga also prepare a feast of Thanksgiving fried turkey and waffles for their guests.

“We all know that Lady Gaga is a phenomenon,” Couric said in a statement. “This is an opportunity to see more of what they are below the wild costumes and stage musical numbers … Lady Gaga as a high school student is being beaten by the exclusion of the party, Lady Gaga as a devoted daughter and caring sister, Lady Gaga as a woman of 25 years covered by the fame and fortune that seemed to come at night. She will impress, delight and surprise. ”

On Wednesday it was announced that the singer will begin the birth Way Foundation, which focuses on empowering young people and dealing with “issues such as self-welfare, anti-bullying mentoring and professional development.”

The birth Way Foundation launched next year with the help of the MacArthur Foundation and Harvard University. The Grammy Award-winning singer will be a director of the foundation, along with her mother, Cynthia Germanotta.

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