New music aside, she was also the first female solo artist to headline the U.S. festival in a decade.
Lady Gaga's new single "The Cure" is out now and you can hear the official studio version right here!
Midway through her 18-song set, the six-time Grammy victor, 31, played the new track for the first time, sending her Little Monsters into a frenzy on social media. The pop performer filled in for Beyoncé, who had to drop out due to her pregnancy. At the moment we don't know whether further new music is set to be released, but the important thing is... we have a new single from Gaga and it's actually a summer banger.
Gaga seized upon the spotlight to introduce a new song, "The Cure", that is built off an unadorned R&B rhythm before rising into a pop chorus with the lines, "If I can't find the cure, I'll fix you with my love". And what's more special than offering you a brand new song.
Briton among those killed in Stockholm terrorist attack
Rakhmat Akilov has been named by multiple news sources as the prime suspect behind the incident at a Swedish department store. Sweden's SAPO security police said Sunday it was working to find "any abettor or network involved in the attack".
Lady Gaga started out wearing a black trench coat, which she quickly took off to reveal an all black leotard and leggings underneath. So, she obviously had a lot to live up to, especially because Coachella attendees had already purchased their nonrefundable tickets when the switch was announced.
In addition to the new single, Gaga performed multiple songs from her latest album, "Joanne," as well as many of her older hits.
"This performance is really going to be for Coachella".
- Trump declares US-Russia relations may be at 'all-time low'
- Trump's White House Produced Its 2nd Large Show of Force
- Video of Kashmir protester used as human shield sparks outrage
- Russia's spurned singer tapped as Eurovision 2018 contestant
- Stars turn out for Star Wars Celebration
- Bannon's role in Trump's inner circle in jeopardy
- GERMANY: 'No proof' detained suspect was behind Dortmund blasts
- Walorski Applauds Overturning of Obama Abortion Funding Rule
- Pittsburgh Steelers chairman Dan Rooney dies at 84
- Wells Fargo posts flat profit as new customers stay away