Little Monsters in London sure lucked out this weekend.
On Sunday, Sept. 1, Lady Gaga debuted several new songs from her upcoming Artpop album during her hour-long iTunes Music Festival performance at London's Roundhouse.
In addition to "Applause" and "Swine" (which she shared a first listen of last week), the 27-year-old performed "Aura," "Manicure," "Sex Dreams," and "I Wanna Be With You." Rappers Too Short and Twista joined Mother Monster onstage for "Jewels & Drugs."
The chorus of "Jewels & Drugs" is a simple repeat of, "Don't want your jewels, don't want your drugs/ Don't want your money, want your love!"
In another verse, she sings, "I admit that my habit's expensive, and you may find it quite offensive." After this performance, Gaga removed her gigantic wig to reveal her real hair underneath, telling her audience she did things when she was younger that made her feel "like trash on the inside."
She posted an Instagram photo of herself—and a toy pig—after the show, writing, "Thank You London for the hospitality, it was a true memory debuting my ARTPOP music in such a wonderful place."
Cheers to that!