Lady Gaga delighted fans who attended her performance at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City on Sunday night, when she flashed her bum to the crowd.
The singer is currently performing a seven-week stint at the iconic New York venue, and will be the last person to perform live there before it closes down.
Clearly wanting the venue to go out with a bang, Gaga performed her hits in a giant green wig (as understated as ever) and shocked fans by treating them to a glimpse of her bum during one song.
Although she was raised in New York, this is the first time Gaga has sung live at the Roseland Ballroom, which has previously seen the likes of Nirvana and Madonna perform on its stage, telling the New Yorker: "It’s basically the only room in the city I haven’t played."
Gaga performed a mix of her older hits, including 'Bad Romance' and 'Poker Face', and material from her latest album 'ARTPOP', including her latest single 'G.U.Y.', which she performed live for the first time during one of her previous Roseland shows.
Despite the bum-flashing, the show was actually more subdued than the show-stoppers we've seen from her lately, and was more reminiscent of gigs from when she first made the big time with her album 'The Fame' in 2008.
It wasn't just Gaga's bum that caused a stir though, as she took the name 'Roseland' to an all-new level by appearing on stage in a nude bodysuit with just roses to protect her modesty (perhaps she's been taking tips from Cheryl Cole...).