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Gaga Debuts New Song and Shouts Out to Her Gays On 'Today'

Gaga Debuts New Song and Shouts Out to Her Gays On 'Today'

Lady Gaga debuted her new song "You and I" on the Today show Friday morning. Gaga gave a shout-out to her "gay fans" as one of the groups who have supported her thus far in her career. During her performance of "Alejandro," Gaga also shouted to her fans, "Put your hands up for your gay pride." Gaga's queer-friendly performance directly follows the Today show's decision to open up its Modern Day Wedding Contest to gay couples.

Lady Gaga debuted her new song "You and I" on the Today show Friday morning.

The pop diva cited "the most important person that I've ever met" as the basis for the song but did not offer up any more details. Lyrics, however, include lines such as "sit back down where you belong in the corner of my bar with your high heels on. sit back down on the couch where we made love the first time."

Gaga said "You and I" is from her upcoming album, but as a rock and roll song, it will stand out from the other tracks.

Despite a significant rain shower, upward of 20,000 Gaga fans, or "little monsters," showed up for the five-song set of "You and I," "Alejandro," "Teeth," "Bad Romance," and a cover of "Someone to Watch Over Me."

Gaga gave a shout-out to her "gay fans" as one of the groups who have supported her thus far in her career. During her performance of "Alejandro," Gaga also shouted to her fans, "Put your hands up for your gay pride." Gaga's queer-friendly performance directly follows the Today show's decision to open up its Modern Day Wedding Contestto gay couples.

 

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