1. Lady Gaga: Encore 4/14/20: A look at the evolution of Lady Gaga, one of the most unusual pop starts to rise to fame; with a strong fanbase behind her, she continues to rain as one of the biggest pop stars of the industry. Gaga has travelled through time with her ever changing sound, reinventing herself for every album, award ceremony and red carpet. With a strong fan base behind her, she continues to reign as one of the biggest pop stars of the industry.
2. Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett’s MTV Unplugged 12/16/21: marked the duo’s final televised performance together even though this was actually shot and recorded earlier this year. The special includes several standalone duets from the special — filmed earlier this year in an intimate nightclub setting in New York City — including “Night and Day,” one of the 10 Cole Porter standards they recorded for their 2021 LP Love for Sale, and the classic “I’ve Got You Under My Skin,” from the album’s deluxe edition. The special was Gaga’s first Unplugged performance, while Bennett appeared on the special for the first time since his acclaimed 1994 MTV Unplugged. Earlier this year, Gaga and Bennett reunited onstage for a pair of Radio City Music Hall gigs celebrating Bennett’s 95th birthday. The crooner’s family later announced that Bennett would cancel his remaining 2021 concerts due to his ongoing battle with Alzheimer’s disease, which he was diagnosed with in 2016. He officially retired from touring soon after.