It was a night to remember for thousands of President Obama's campaign aides and staffers who enjoyed a riveting performance by international superstar Lady Gaga and a duo performance with the Mother Monster and legendary singer Tony Bennett during the president's third and final Inauguration Ball, the Staff Ball.
At $10 a ticket, audience members witnessed the rarity of the president, First Lady, Gaga and Bennett sharing the same stage Tuesday night at the Washington Convention Center in D.C. The "Bad Romance" singer performed several of her hit records including "Born This Way" and "Edge of Glory" before performing "The Lady Is A Tramp" with Bennett.
Unsurprisingly, Gaga did not let the presence of the First Couple dampen her taste for eccentric style. The "Poker Face" singer wore an over-the-top off-white Versace dress with loud embellishments and a huge skirt. In comparison, Michelle Obama wore a modestly chic pants suit with a shimmery top, while the president was dressed in a black suit and silver tie.
He joked about the being one of the oldest people at the event saying "the average age here is probably around 20 something. And that's only because I'm here, which brings the average age up, quite a bit."
The guests also gave an impromptu performance of campaign favorite "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" as the president approached the stage.
Although no media was allowed at the event, many audience members posted pictures and video footage of the glitzy event on social media.
Check out a video of Lady Gaga's performance below.
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