She made her entrance waving in a carriage attached to a man pedaling a bicycle.
When Kimmel asked her about her unique Gareth Pugh dress choice, she said,
“You can do anything with your crazy ideas if you just put your mind to it.”
The late show host said, “No, you can, but I can’t.”
He also noticed her majorly wedged shoes. “Those are some serious wedges you got there. This adds like 9 inches to your height!”
When Kimmel asked the songstress if she’s able to enjoy the shows in disguise, she answered:
I’ve just been going out really every single night, seeing as much music as I can. I miss that so much. I think it’s the thing I miss the most. Seeing live music. Going to bars. Wandering around unnoticed.
“To be honest I don’t remember a lot of what happened in the locations. I just know that I was there,” she said to the cheering audience.
In the second part of the interview, she confirmed that she’s going to space in 2015 to sing with Zero G Colony.
“Did you see the movie Gravity? That doesn’t seem like a good idea to me,” Kimmel joked.
Gaga also revealed that she’s delivering the keynote speech during the end of the South by Southwest Festival.
“I just really want the audience to leave feeling a sense of love for music,” she said.