Lady Gaga put on a stunning performance during the opening night of her Las Vegas residency.
The 32-year-old performer amazed her fans and her celebrity friends came out in force to back her ‘Enigma’ concert debut.
She revealed her latest alien alter-ego as she became a sparkling metallic alien.
Gaga opened the show by floating across the Park Theater in a be-jewelled silver foil jumpsuit.
She has inked a $100 million dollar deal to perform at the MGM with over 70 concert dates.
‘Enigma’ is described as, 'a brand-new odyssey of her pop hits built as an experience unlike any other' with a fortune being spent on the sets.
The residency is spread out through 2019, from January until the beginning of November.
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Gaga did not disappoint her fans by wearing some amazing space age costumes.
Gaga electrified the 5,200-strong crowd with her intergalactic entrance as she floated across the auditorium clad in an eye-catching jumpsuit while playing a keyboard.
The star she transformed into a sparkling metallic alien as she dazzled the crowd on opening night.
During the set, she performed a couple of live debuts: a cover of David Bowie's 'I'm Afraid Of Americans' and 'Shallow' from a Star Is Born.
The performer changed lyrics in current reference to President Donald Trump during the show.
During her rendition of 'Shallow' she sang both her own and Bradley Cooper's verses.
Other stars spotted for opening night included; Dave Grohl, Regina King and Jeremy Renner.
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