Limp Bizkit perform live.
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Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst is not the first person you would think of in regards to jazz music, but maybe you should? Every Thursday night, Durst hosts a jazz night at the Black Rabbit Rose in Hollywood, California. His most recent event had an unexpected, surprise guest—and you’ll never believe who it was.

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According to Rolling Stone, fans were shocked and elated as Lady Gaga crashed the evening with some Frank Sinatra covers.



“I’m here to ruin the party. I’m so sorry,” Gaga told the crowd.

Please, ruin our party anytime.

Gaga opened her set with Sinatra’s “Call Me Irresponsible” and telling the crowd:

“My whole life, you know, I’ve been called irresponsible. It doesn’t make me so mad because it’s kind of true … and I like to hear the truth.”

The iconic artists then transitioned into the classic “Fly Me To The Moon” and adding, “You know this one. So, if you want to sing along, I won’t be offended.”

You can watch the incredible performances, below.

MGK, Manson, and Limp Bizkit all for $3

Limp Bizkit enlisted in some unlikely characters to join them during their $3 show — Marilyn Manson and Machine Gun Kelly, to name a few.

The band performed with their original lineup for the first time in several years, which was highly hyped.

The band did not perform their debut album Three Dollar Bill, Y’all$ as was expected. However, MGK joined the band to perform “My Generation.” You can check out a clip of that below.

During that song, frontman Fred Durst went into the balcony to ask for help from Manson.

Manson was watching the show alongside Smashing Pumpkins vocalist Billy Corgan and Durst’s son Dallas.

Limp Bizkit pulling in all the artists!

Who else would you like to see show up at a Limp Bizkit event? Sound off in the comments below!

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