On tonight's powerhouse "Saturday Night Live" season finale, viewers saw the comedienne in Lady Gaga.
The Mother Monster not only performed "Born This Way," "The Edge of Glory" and "Judas" on the show, she also appeared alongside host Justin Timberlake in a handful of sketches. Watch her musical efforts below (and notice her magically appearing baby-bump during "Born This Way").
Video: Lady Gaga Performs "The Edge of Glory"/"Judas" on "SNL," May 21
Video: Lady Gaga Performs "Born This Way" on "SNL," May 21
As Timberlake pointed out in his opening monologue number, "Not Gonna Sing," his past three "SNL" hosting appearances have included musical duties as well. Timberlake fans still got a taste of his vocals, however, in his "Liquorville" skit alongside Gaga, and "Threeway," a digital short starring JT, Andy Samberg, Gaga and a whole lot of '90s R&B (New Jack Swing style). Notice "Threeway" picks up right where "Motherlover" left off.
Video: "Threeway" Digital Short, "SNL," May 21
Video: "Liquorville" Skit Feat. Gaga & Timberlake, "SNL," May 21
Gaga's strong bond with her Little Monsters was acknowledged in the "What's That Name?" skit, as was Justin's *NSYNC past (causing the band to trend on Twitter during the "SNL" broadcast). Watch below.
To cap off the show, Timberlake reconnected with Jimmy Fallon for another edition of "The Barry Gibb Talk Show." Watch below.