Lady Gaga has covered the festive classic ‘White Christmas’ and it has found its way online.
The ‘The Edge of Glory’ singer puts a Gaga-esque spin on the track that was made famous by legendary crooner Bing Crosby nearly 60 years ago.
‘White Christmas’ was written by Irving Berlin’s festive song that has been recorded by stars including The Supremes, Smokey Robinson, Bette Midler, LeAnn Rimes, Michael Buble and many more.
Gaga’s new rendition of the song that will be included on her upcoming Christmas EP, ‘A Very Gaga Holiday’, also has an extra verse.
During the track, Gaga says: “So as you can tell, I’m very outgoing and a little bit shy, but I’ve decided that this song is just too short. It’s such a beautiful Christmas song but it’s only one verse, so I added an extra one.”
Gaga’s new EP will be releases on November 26, and will also include acoustic versions of ‘You And I’, ‘The Edge of Glory’ and ‘Orange Coloured Sky’.
Earlier this week Gaga made a surprise appearance at the International Emmys that was hosted in New York.