Lady Gaga says Jingle Bell Ball gig "cured a deep sadness"
Lady Gaga has revealed that performing in London at the weekend "cured a deep sadness" within her.
The US star played live at Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball on Sunday (December 8) at London's O2 Arena.
It was another date under the singer's belt as she begins to get back into touring mode following a serious hip operation earlier this year.
Tweeting after her slot, Gaga posted a picture online of herself on stage along with the text: "This is what my happiness looks like. I've felt so dead since my tour ended. Last nights show cured a deep sadness. X."
Speaking meanwhile to Capital FM pre-show, the 'Applause' star said that the gig was almost "seven months in waiting". She said:
"Oh yeah, I mean today like in soundcheck I was reeling, I was so excited. I was a bit nervous, because I was in so much pain at the end of the last tour that I wasn't really myself and I loved playing on television and doing promotion but it's not really my one true love.
"What I love to do is sing and dance on stage and perform for people. So tonight, I've been waiting for this for like seven months, I can't wait. I'm just going to hit the floor and leave my heart out there for London."
Watch Lady Gaga perform at the Jingle Bell Ball below:
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