Lady Gaga dedicated a song to newlyweds Kate Middleton and Prince William at Radio One’s Big Weekend yesterday
Seated on her piano, the infamous singer performed her own take on Jazz hit Orange Coloured Sky, changing the words to make it relevant to the royal couple.
Lyrics included: 'She was walking along, minding her business/When out of that orange coloured sky/Flash, bam, alacazam, a handsome prince came by... Kate was humming a tune, drinking in sunshine/When out of that cool St Andrews view/Wham, bam, alacazam, she got a look at you.'
Before singing the Nat King Cole classic, the singer explained the reasons behind her ode to the young couple.
‘I actually spent a little time when I was in the United States... wishing I was at the royal wedding.
‘Perhaps it's because it's my dream, like everyone else, to be the wife of a handsome prince. Instead I get stuck with these guys in tight pants and bad attitudes,’ she joked.
'So I changed the words to 'Orange Coloured Sky' just a little bit as an ode to our sweet Miss Kate Middleton and Prince William.'
Currently honeymooning on the over side of the world, we wonder what the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will make of the song!
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