Watch Lana Del Rey Perform “Shades Of Cool” In A Cemetery
Also, James Franco’s scuffle with a photographer.
This weekend pop music's most sullen star Lana Del Rey played two special shows at an unusual venue: Los Angeles' Hollywood Forever Cemetery, final resting place to the likes of Johnny and Dee Dee Ramone, Cecil B. DeMille, George Harrison, Jayne Mansfield and more. On a makeshift stage decorated with palm trees and candelabra's, the former FADER cover star played a thirteen-song set that spanned her catalogue, "Videogames" to Ultraviolence– including "Shades of Cool," a brand new edition to her live act; check that out above.
And the dramatics did not end end there. James Franco, who had attended Friday night's show, apparently got into some sort of altercation with a photographer on his way out. Though it was possibly playful, the photographer has filed a report with the LAPD claiming that some of his equipment was broken and that he suffered a minor back injury in the scuffle, TMZ reports.