Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga’s last duet: “Life is a Gift” says 18-time Grammy Winner.

After rehearsals with an old friend, the crooner left New York’s Radio City Music Hall.

Bennett was assisted to the waiting car at the venue in midtown by a volunteer who has Alzheimer’s.

To coincide with Tony Bennett’s 95th birthday, the stars will be performing tomorrow and Thursday at One Last Time: A Evening With Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga.

In 2014, they released Cheek To Cheek, their Grammy-winning duo album.

The Fly Me To The Moon singer, and the pop star and actress turned actress, reunited in studio sessions between 2018-2020 to record a sequel – which is rumoured be called Let There Be Love.

This year, the second album will be out.

The father-of-four Bennett was first diagnosed in 2016, but it wasn’t until six months later that he realized he had the disease.

Grammy-winning 18-time winner, he said that “Life is a gift, even with Alzheimer’s.”

Susan, his wife said that he was still working out five days a week and found it frustrating.

Gaga was 35 when Born This Way recorded sessions were captured. She wept after witnessing her mentor fail.

Publiated at Sun, 01 August 2021 23.01:00 +0000

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