Watch: Lady Gaga and R Kelly's bizarre performance on Saturday Night Live

R Kelly appeared to simulate sex with Gaga on stage

Independent Staff
Monday 18 November 2013 16:41
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Miley Cyrus may have toned down her notorious on-stage antics for her TV performance this weekend, but Lady Gaga certainly did not.

The ‘Queen of Pop’ gave an energetic, if bizarre, performance of her new single “Do What U Want” with collaborator R Kelly on Saturday Night Live in the US.

R Kelly looked to take the lyrics of Gaga’s new song to heart, and did what he wanted with her body by appearing to simulate sex with the singer on stage.

After doing press-ups over the singer's body on the floor, R Kelly lifted Gaga up and whirled her around on stage.

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