Lady Gaga does Wednesday Addams viral dance and fans want her in season two of hit Netflix series

A graphic showing a light pink tinted image of Jenna Ortega as Wednesday Addams dancing in a black dress with a cut-out image of Lady Gaga performing positioned to the right

Following the huge success of Netflix’s Wednesday, a dance scene set to a sped-up version of Lady Gaga’s 2011 cult hit “Bloody Mary” has gone viral on TikTok.

And a recreation by Mother Monster herself has prompted fans to ask whether she could be in season two of the series.

The dance scene, which was choreographed by Jenna Ortega (Wednesday Addams), blew up on the social media app.

Posted to Netflix’s official Twitter account, Gaga’s own version is as kooky as one might imagine, drawing on dark eyebrows and contour, and wearing a lace ruffle with her blazer and shorts.

Fans have obviously loved the recreation, pouring out their appreciation in the comments.


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Another added “Gaga in season two please”, in a hopeful bid to get Mother Monster herself to arrive at Wednesday’s boarding school Nevermore.

Some even think that following Gwendolen Christie’s – shall we say, departure – as headmistress Larissa Weems, Gaga could be eyeing up the replacement role for herself.

This is not the first crossover Lady Gaga has had with the Netflix series, though.

When the scene of Wednesday dancing started to go viral after being set to “Bloody Mary”, the Wednesday Addams Twitter account wrote:

“I see you doing my dance moves to @LadyGaga’s Bloody Mary. I understand she is followed by little monsters. I approve.”

Mother Monster herself then quoted the tweet, writing:

“Slay Wednesday! You’re welcome at Haus of Gaga anytime (and bring Thing with you, we love paws around here)”.

‘The Thing’ is the sentient, disembodied hand from the series, which Morticia and Gomez Addams sent to spy on Wednesday at school.

The TikTok comes as Lady Gaga is – once again – being accused of “blasphemy” and “satanism” by religious viewers, after taking issue with the lyrics in “Bloody Mary.”