Lady Gaga made history at Chicago's Wrigley Field on Friday night when she performed her Joanne World Tour in front of a sold-out crowd at the Friendly Confines. Gaga became the first female artist to headline the ballpark, joining such acts as Sir Paul McCartney, Jimmy Buffett, Billy Joel, and Pearl Jam.
"Somebody told me that I had the great honor of being the first woman ever to headline Wrigley Field," Gaga told the crowd. "I feel so proud to stand here with so much dignity, but I have to say, I'm so sorry that you have not had a woman here for more than 100 years. How dare they? Welcome to the womb."
She added: “But I'm so proud to be here, as I'm not the first female to be in here tonight. There were so many wonderful women who played baseball for us during World War II, and we are so very proud. So, thank you."
Enjoy videos from Gaga's show in Chicago below!