Yoko Ono and Lady Gaga team up

They come together for a new Plastic Ono Band show

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Lady Gaga performed two songs with Yoko Ono live at Los AngelesOrpheum Theater on Saturday night (October 2).

The singer joined Ono at the end of the three-hour show to duet, reports BBC News. They ended the show lying on a grand piano together.

“Thanks for being so brilliant and such an inspiration to so many women,” Gaga said of Ono from the stage. Later, writing on Twitter, she stated: “We are Plastic Ono. I got to sit in as a guest musician tonight, what a legendary band and mother, Yoko.”

One of the tracks performed was the Plastic Ono Band‘s ‘Give Peace A Chance’, during which Gaga changed the lyrics to reflect her support of the campaign to overturn the US military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy towards gay service personnel.

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