Lady Gaga continues to attract a glittering celebrity crowd to her show at Park MGM. Her co-star in “A Star is Born,” Bradley Cooper was back on Sunday. During Saturday’s show, Lady Gaga spotted Gayle King, co-anchor of CBS morning news, and did a shoutout: “Please pass this message to the big O. Just promise me you’ll ask her to consider running for president. Oprah Winfrey. The Oval Office. Double O’s.”

More than a dozen other bold-faced names showed up over the weekend for Lady Gaga’s “Enigma” show.

They included: rock star Pink and her husband Carey Hart, six-time Grammy Award winner Christina Aguilera, who is Vegas-bound for a headliner residency, Oscar-winning actress, Kathy Bates, and former first daughter Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky.

Others in the audience:

Music producer Mark Ronson, who assisted Lady Gaga in writing “Shallow” for “A Star is Born,” British singing star Rita Ora, actress-model Chloe Grace Moretz, Andrew Hurley of Fall Out Boy, prominent talent agent Bryan Lourd and his daughter Billie Lourd (whose mother is Carrie Fisher), Hollywood mogul Barry Diller and his wife, fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg; Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook and drag queen Shangela.


After Friday’s show, Lady Gaga celebrated the birthday with guitarist Tim Stewart with a group of about 50 at La Comida Mexican Restaurant off East Fremont.

She arrived in front of La Comida in a black Lamborghini with her fiancé Christian Carino.

Four bodyguards kept fans at a distance while the group did shots of Casamigos tequila and the superstar and her fiance took photos on the rope swing near the bar.