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Gaga backstage in Oslo, NO. 9.29.14

October 1st, 2014: Leaving her hotel in Stockholm, Sweden


Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga’s jazzy new duets album, Cheek To Cheek, debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. It’s the second No. 1 for Bennett and the third for Gaga.
The standards album, released Sept. 23 on Streamline/Interscope/RPM/Columbia Records, sold 131,000 copies in the week ending Sept. 28, according to Nielsen SoundScan. It also hits No. 1 on both the Jazz Albums and Traditional Jazz Albums charts.
88-year old Bennett is the oldest living act to earn a No. 1 album, beating a record he set himself back in 2011. That year, a then 85-year old Bennett scored his first No. 1 album with Duets II (which included a collaboration with Gaga on “The Lady Is a Tramp”).
Gaga previously led the list with ARTPOP, less than a year ago, and Born This Way, in 2011.


@ladygagaCelebrating our Billboard #1 Top 200, #1 Jazz and #1 Traditional Jazz Albums in the US! Sending Tony love across the seas. And to the fans, it’s hard to even find words. I’ll put it in a song.

@ladygagaSo happy today, it’s like dream. Somebody pinch me, but don’t wake me. Heaven, I’m in heaven

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Gaga introducing Tony Bennett on Fallon Tonight last night.

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can we just…

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September 30th, 2014: Leaving her hotel in Stockholm, Sweden

@ladygaga: It’s a late night for the Haus tonight, love you monsters. Miss being #cheektocheek with Tony.

@stevenkleinstudio@ladygaga #ladygaga SK+LG @ Frank Sinatra school having a conference