Lady Gaga and Ashanti's Surprise Duet in Las Vegas
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 Lady Gaga and Ashanti surprised fans in Las Vegas this weekend when they belted out an unannounced duet of Ashanti’s 2002 hit “Foolish.”

– The singers’ surprise performance went down during musician Brian Newman’s After Dark lounge show at The NoMad Restaurant on Saturday night.

What happens in Vegas does not always stay in Vegas—and sometimes that’s a good thing.

This weekend, Lady Gaga and Ashanti surprised fans when they took the stage together at The NoMad Restaurant in Las Vegas to belt out a duet of Ashanti’s 2002 single “Foolish.” And thanks to the glory of smartphones and Twitter, the incident definitely did not stay in Vegas.

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You never know who’s gonna show up. #BNafterdark

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The surprise duet came during musician Brian Newman’s After Dark lounge show at the NoMad on Saturday night, and it was, predictably, a total crowd-pleaser. It even ended with a sweet hug shared by the singers—and, yes, it was all caught on camera and uploaded to the Twitterverse pretty much immediately.

Gaga looked amazing, with pink hair and a black dress for the impromptu show, while Ashanti stunned in a tan Louis Vuitton outfit and sunglasses, per People.

Fans practically exploded with excitement over the duet on Twitter.

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And there is also footage of Gaga and Ashanti posing for selfies together during their Vegas hangout, which we can only hope is evidence they’re going to be best friends/random show stage crashers for life.

On Sunday, Gaga weighed in on Instagram about her Sin City stint, writing, “11 days in Las Vegas should be illegal,” along with a picture of herself, lying on the ground and looking more than exhausted by her week-and-a-half-long trip.

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11 days in Las Vegas should be illegal.

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Take a break, Gaga. You’ve earned it.

This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.

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