Lady Gaga has made a return to the stage last week for the first time since undergoing hip surgery, after reports that she gave an impromptu performance in a New York bar.
The 'Marry The Night' hitmaker is said to have hopped on stage at the Rose Bar in the Gramercy Park Hotel on Thursday to sing a duet with jazz star Brian Newman, making a pleasant surprise for guests with the last-minute performance.
Lady Gaga gave an impromptu performance in New York on Thursday (Splash News)
Brian shared the news of Gaga's return to the stage, later tweeting: “Thanks to the 1&only @ladygaga for coming out to @GPHhotel tonight an singing a song!! @tommylondon @angiepontani @mrmartye @thedirtypearls.”
The 27-year-old was forced to cancel the rest of her 'Born This Way Ball' tour in March to undergo surgery on her right hip which had been torn. Gaga has since been recovering at her New York home and has been spotted using her custom-made gold-plated wheelchair while out and about.
It is thought that the 'You & I' singer is currently working on her third album 'ARTPOP' which is expected for release later this year, however, doctors have reportedly urged the singer to take a lengthy rest from performing.
A source revealed to the New York Post: “She has a bunch of projects she want to roll on, but she needs clearence from her doctors.”
“Gaga won't be back in action until September.”