If Santa comes down Lady Gaga’s chimney this year, he might find more than a snack of milk and cookies.
The platinum-selling singer promised ol’ St. Nick a much warmer greeting during a semi-raunchy version of “White Christmas” at the annual Z100 “Jingle Ball,” where Gaga was both naughty and nice.
“Santa, I’ll be waiting for you,” Gaga cooed with both legs in the air near the end of the Bing Crosby holiday classic.
Earlier, the scantily clad singer told the Madison Square Garden crowd that she was performing an extended version of “White Christmas” for the show.
“I recently added a couple of lyrics to this song ‘cause I think it’s too short,” she said Friday night to cheers. “And just when I get into it, it stops. It’s like a bad orgasm.
“Merry Christmas, New York!”
The Grammy-nominated Gaga, wearing sunglasses and black boots, said her first concert ever was the “Jingle Ball” back when she was 11 years old.
Now 25, the singer recalled appearing at the show three years ago.
“I’ll never forget there were a whole lot of superstars and no one knew who the hell I was,” she said. “Some people thought I was going to be a one-hit wonder.”