Before hitting up the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show runway in Paris, France, Lady Gaga opened up about her love for "the meeting of music and fashion."
"I used to watch the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show when I was younger, and I was always amazed by the beauty of these women," Gaga shared in an interview before her performance.
The short intro, which showed the 30-year-old Joanne singer in a make-up chair as she got ready to take the stage, was shot in black and white, lending the taped package a unique quality amid the bright lights and multitude of colors seen throughout the star-studded runway show.
"I feel welcomed into the Angel family as a unique and more rebel type of angel," Gaga concluded.
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The singer then hit runway in a stunning, semi-sheer black gown covered in bright red rose embellishments and belted an emotional performance of her solemn ballad "Million Reasons."
As Gaga sang, the Victoria's Secret angels strutted down the catwalk and held hands with the talented crooner, while others blew her kisses and shared heartfelt smiles.
Later in the evening, Gaga performed her country hit "A-YO" while rocking a shimmering, black leather ensemble before showing off her famed quick-change skills.
Rapidly donning a beaded black cowboy hat and ditching her jacket, Gaga transitioned into a rendition of her single "John Wayne." But the impressive performance wouldn't be complete without wings.
With some help from a few models, Gaga donned a white leather jacket complete with its own set of white, frayed wings that burst up at her command and billowed as she made one specular stage exit.
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ET's Kevin Frazier was on location when the runway show filmed last week, and caught up with Gaga backstage, where she opened up how she prepared for her runway performance versus how she prepared to sing the national anthem at last year's Super Bowl.
"Every show is important," Gaga explained. "Every show you want to give everything you can to the audience." Check out the video below to hear more.