Here's another reminder that Lady Gaga can really, really sing. 

The 29-year-old pop star covered John Lennon's "Imagine" at the opening ceremony for the 2015 European Games, where she wowed the crowd with a chill-inducing rendition of the 1971 hit. 

Sitting behind a floral piano, the Mother Monster took the giant stage by storm and gave a fiercely impressive performance, which left the audience erupting into applause. 

"What an honor to have a few moments with the world watching. Could you imagine. What would you say?" Gaga wrote on Instagram ahead of the show, captioning a pic of herself seated at a keyboard. 

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She later took to the social media site to share her joy over the audience's reaction, Instagramming a shot from her performance. 

"I had such a great time with the audience. It felt like we were in my bedroom singing songs and imagine life was more simple," the "Born This Way" beauty wrote

This isn't the first time Gaga has performed an impressive cover of a legendary tune. She previously took the stage at the 2015 Oscars in honor of the 50th anniversary of The Sound of Music and performed a compilation of songs that made our jaws drop and sent the Twitterverse into a Gaga-obsessed frenzy. 

Meanwhile, fresh off her sensational performance, the American Horror Story: Hotel star has been flaunting her bikini bod on vacations in the Bahamas. 


Work hard, play hard. Work hard again, play harder.

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"Work hard, play hard. Work hard again, play harder," she captioned a cheeky shot of herself in a thong swimsuit. 

Work hard, indeed. Gaga, hear are requests for a cover album, please?!

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