U2 were joined by Lady Gaga for a performance of “Ordinary Love” at New York’s Madison Square Garden on Sunday.
Gaga played piano during a duet with Bono on the tune, which was featured on the soundtrack for the 2013 Nelson Mandela biopic “Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom.”
“All hail Her Gaganess,” posted the band on their social media sites.
U2 won a 2014 Best Original Song Golden Globe Award for the track, which also received an Oscar nomination in the Best Original Song category at the 86th Annual Academy Awards.
Sunday’s concert is one of 8-shows at Madison Square Garden that will see U2 wrap up the North America leg of their “Innocence + Experience” tour on July 31 before taking a five-week break; they’ll return to live action in early September to play across Europe.
Last week, Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon joined the band for a performance of their 1988 hit, “Desire”, which was followed by a guest appearance by The Roots.
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