Lady Gaga's First Post-Surgery Performance

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Lady Gaga makes a surprise appearance during her friend Brian Newman's performance at the Gramercy Hotel in New York City. Lady Gaga has been laying very low since her hip surgery in February. Sightings have been extremely rare and even her usually busy social media activity has been all but dormant.

As we reported, Lady Gaga and boyfriend Taylor Kinney were seen sneaking in to the New York Great Gatsy screening last week, but they also snuck out of the theater before the movie ended to avoid being spotted...definitely not normal Gaga behavior.

Fortunately, Little Monsters might not have to wait too long before the old Gaga shows herself again.

On Thursday night, the pop star joined her friend Brian Newman on stage at Gramercy Park Hotel in New York City where she reportedly sang, "Someone to Watch Over Me" with him.

Although the crowd was not the sell-out stadium crowds she's used to, it WAS her first performance since the hip surgery and we're hoping it's a sign that Gaga is itching to be back on stage, doing what she does best.

Baby steps, Mother Monster!

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