Lady Gaga stole the show at the "Decade of Difference" concert at the Hollywood Bowl on Oct. 15 with her tribute to Bill Clinton and his family. She rocked the crowd with her 2011 hit "Born This Way," which, appropriately for the evening, is a tribute to freedom and self-empowerment. But Gaga made it personal by working in a few "Happy Birthday" wishes to the former president.
[ Photos: Lady Gaga at the Clinton concert ]
As always, Gaga's performance was highlighted by her attire, as she wore a blonde wig to channel Marilyn Monroe, who once sang a cheeky and sensual version of "Happy Birthday" to President John F. Kennedy. But as always with Lady Gaga, there were more jaw-dropping moments to come.
Lady Gaga's set:
"Born This Way" (starts at 2:30)
"The Edge of Glory" (starts at 10:04)
"Bad Romance" (starts at 16:13)
"You and I" (starts at 23:31)