She may have been performing in the NYC's Central Park, but Lady Gaga still managed to make a memorable entrance onto the stage. The singer flew on a zipline above her fans this morning while singing "Bad Romance" as part of Good Morning America's summer concert series.
"It's an absolute dream come true to be here today and to play in Central Park," Lady Gaga explained to GMA. "I grew up five blocks from here. I'm so excited and so blessed and so happy to be here. To be honest, just to see this many people here to listen to my music just makes me feel so proud."
And Lady Gaga did have a huge crowd — all dressed up in their best Gaga attire.
"I hope that what you take away from my album is not just the music, which I did want to be fun and I did want it to be about individuality," Gaga said to the crowd. "But please, also take away from it that there is no dream that is too big."
Watch Lady Gaga zip onto the GMA stage, below!
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