Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett have finally released the video for 'The Lady Is a Tramp.' In the clip for the song, which appears on Tony Bennett's latest album 'Duets II,' Gaga dons a teal, cropped wig and a glamorous black, lacy dress, while Bennett also keeps it classy in a traditional black suit. Their attire isn't the only classic element either, since the whole video setting has an old-school feel, as the duo sings to each other in the studio for the entirety of the clip.
Tony Bennett, who recently came under fire for his 9/11 comments on 'The Howard Stern Show,' made another bold statement while appearing on Jon Stewart's 'The Daily Show.'
Bennett is on the promo trail for his chart-topping 'Duets II,' which features 'Body and Soul,' the final recording singer Amy Winehouse ever did. It's obvious that people are going to ask him about his interaction with the singer, who died at 27 on July 23.
In a stark contrast to many of the more sensational performances and cameos during the 'America's Got Talent' finale on Wednesday night, Queen Latifah looked eloquent standing next to 85-year-old Tony Bennett as the two sang 'Who Can I Turn To (Nobody Needs Me).' The song is included on Bennett's 'Duets II' album that drops Sept. 20.
Amy Winehouse left her mark on the world in a very lasting way: through her music. In March, the soulful singer met up with the legendary Tony Bennett to exchange lines on a track called 'Body and Soul,' and their session was caught on video tape, which was later turned into the last Amy Winehouse video that will ever surface.