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Lady Gaga Zips Over Crowds During Central Park Concert

By Della Hasselle

DNAinfo Reporter/Producer

CENTRAL PARK — Lady Gaga took her Central Park performance to new heights Friday.

The mega pop star flew into "Good Morning America" concert at Rumsey Playfield Friday morning while attached to a zipline that hung over the audience during the show.

Wearing neon orange stockings with black splotches on them, a long white coat, an orange wig and wings, Lady Gaga soared over a massive crowd as she sang while screaming fans reached up towards the sky in her direction.

The star landed on stage a little late to join her spandex-wearing backup dancers in a performance of "Bad Romance" after her flight, looking a little bit frightened, Entertainment Weekly reported.

After answering a few morning show questions, Lady Gaga continued the performance to sing "Judas" from her "Born This Way" album wearing a leather jacket with massive spikes protruding like horns from her shoulders, a full-bodied lacey unitard and lace-up leather heeled boots.

The star also sang "Born this Way" and her own acoustic version of "Hair," according to EW.