Lady Gaga stopped by David Letterman’s “Late Show” on Wednesday night, but only to invite his entire audience to stop by her Roseland Ballroom show across the street.
The “Artpop” singer came out as a surprise for actor Bill Murray, who explained to Letterman that meeting Gaga was on his bucket list.
“Meet Ms. Gaga,” Murray, 63, said. “I haven’t done that yet. Is there any way?”
The singer came out sporting a sky-high yellow wig, clad in black undergarments and a leather jacket, and took a selfie with Murray and Letterman, 66.
Then, led by Murray and Gaga, the entire “Late Show” audience grabbed their things and left the Ed Sullivan Theater, crossing 53rd St. to Roseland Ballroom.
The “Late Show” group was treated to two-song performances by Gaga, CBS New York reported.
Gaga is the last performer to take the stage at the historic venue. Her last show will be on Monday night before Roseland closes for good.