Lady Gaga had some choice words for Vice President Mike Pence.
The outspoken singer paused during a performance of "Million Reasons" at her Las Vegas residency show "Enigma" Saturday to address the government shutdown and call out the nation's top leaders, including President Donald Trump.
"If the (expletive) president of the United States could please put our government back," Gaga, 32, told the crowd at MGM's Park Theater. "There are people who live paycheck to paycheck and need their money."
Lady Gaga then took aim at Pence, who recently defended his wife, Karen Pence's, new teaching position at a private school that bans LGBT employees, gay students and the children of gay parents.
"To Mike Pence, who thinks that it’s acceptable that his wife works at a school that bans LGBTQ, you’re wrong," she said. "You’re the worst representation of what it means to be a Christian."
Lady Gaga continued: "I am a Christian woman, and what I do know about Christianity is that we bear no prejudice, and everybody is welcome. So you can take all that disgrace, Mr. Pence, and look yourself in the mirror and you’ll find it right there."
The singer's scorching take down comes after the second lady announced plans last week to return to the classroom at Immanuel Christian School to teach art in Springfield, Virginia. However, Karen's decision has come under fire over the private school's discriminatory practices against the LGBTQ community.
Under a parent agreement posted on the school's website, Immanuel can refuse admission to students who participate in, support or condone "sexual immorality, homosexual activity or bisexual activity." The school also can refuse admission based on similar "activities of a parent or guardian" or "within a particular home."
Pence backed his wife's decision on the Catholic news network EWTN Thursday, saying it's "deeply offensive to us" to "see major news organizations attacking Christian education."
"Mrs. Pence has returned to the school where she previously taught for 12 years," her spokeswoman, Kara Brooks said in a statement. "It's absurd that her decision to teach art to children at a Christian school, and the school's religious beliefs, are under attack."
Contributing: Maureen Groppe, USA TODAY
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