Lady Gaga emerged from a coffin in black patent leather with a baby bump to perform “Born This Way” during BBC Radio 1s Big Weekend. The pop phenom headlined the second day of the festival in Carlisle, England, showcasing new material from her third album Born This Way, including “Americano” and an acoustic version of “The Edge of Glory,” which she wrote about her late grandfather. She dedicated a jazzy cover of Nat King Cole’s “Orange Colored Sky” to Prince William and Kate Middleton and ran through fan favorites like “Telephone,” “Alejandro,” and “Bad Romance.” With a cross over her crotch, the eccentric singer closed with her biblical-themed single “Judas.”
Missed Gaga’s live performance? Watch her whole set below.