For those who may have missed it, the pop star revealed on "A Very Gaga Thanksgiving" the venerable Bennett asked her to be his muse for a drawing he was doing for "Vanity Fair," and she readily agreed, The Hollywood Reporter said.
"I walked in and said, 'Well Tony, here we are,' and I dropped my robe and I got into position," Gaga confided, insisting she "felt shy" and appreciated the uniqueness of the situation.
Whether she appears on national television or a sheet of drawing paper, Gaga is maintaining a high profile these days. USA Today said Gaga was moving on to Christmas with an extravagant window display at the famed Barney's clothing store in Manhattan.
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