It was only a matter of time before Psy brought his viral hit “Gangnam Style” to Rockefeller Plaza. The Korean pop star performed his iconic horse-riding dance with a slew of backup dancers dressed in all-white. Psy himself was dressed in a daring frog-green tuxedo.
His new manager Scooter Braun tweeted how proud he was: “As an immigrant’s kid I’m taking a lot of pride in what is happening on the @todayshow right now,” Scooter tweeted. “Thousand r here for #GangnamStyle. Watch!”
Even if you don’t love their music, you have to hand it to the guys of Train that they’re a real class act. After performing on the Rockefeller Plaza for The Today Show this morning, lead singer Pat Monahan took a permanent marker from his back pocket and signed his shirt. Then he stripped off his top and…. well, we have you intrigued. Watch until the end to see what he does.
BTW, our hearts are slowly thawing.
Lady Gaga took over Rockefeller Plaza Friday morning appearing and performing on The Today Show, reports MTV News.
Wearing more conservative (for Lady Gaga at least) outfits, a white pantsuit and bra and after a costume change a black jumpsuit and bra, the Mother Monster put on a hell of a show for her fans through the heat and pouring rain.
Around 20,000 people showed up to watch her perform hits including “Bad Romance” and “Alejandro” and a new song called “You and I”.
Before performing her new song, Lady Gaga said, “‘You and I’ was written about the most important person that I’ve ever met and all my friends downtown, Lady Starlight and Brian, who’s here today playing trumpet, and all my friends, they’re so wonderful.”
Despite her international superstar status, Gaga told host Meredith Vieira, “I haven’t [gotten used to it], but I love and cherish my fans so much,” continuing, “I just want to say a big thank you to all of the television and radio and the underground clubs and the gay community for supporting me for the past three years. … There’s certainly things that are difficult to deal with, but the kind of fame that I cherish is the relationship I have with my fans.”