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Lady Gaga at the National Equality March
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At the beginning of her Saturday Night Monster Ball concert, Lady Gaga expressed her excitement to her fans at the packed Boardwalk Hall arena, saying, “I’ve missed you all so much!” There was no doubt that the little monsters had also missed the Mother Monster during her brief break from touring. However, the burning question on everyone’s mind was whether Gaga would perform her brand-new single ‘Born This Way’ in front of them or stick to her older hits.

During her performance of ‘Bad Romance’ in the middle of the show, she whispered into the microphone, urging the audience not to leave because there would be a special surprise for them after that song. After a few minutes of the crowd roaring with excitement in complete darkness, fans were thrilled to see Gaga back on stage, surrounded by her dancers dressed in the same skin-colored costumes worn on Grammy night. Prior to ‘Born This Way,’ Gaga had already been performing for about two hours, but that didn’t diminish an ounce of energy from her electrifying dance moves and powerful vocals on her signature smash hit.

The night’s other highlight came when the pop queen announced that the show would return next year under the title ‘Born This Way Ball.’ Judging by the deafening cheers of approval from the fans, it was clear that the 2012 show would be an instant hit as well.

While sticking with the Born This Way theme, Gaga also included her Monster Ball classics in the setlist. She did perform ‘You and I,’ a song from her upcoming album, which she had sung on multiple occasions before. However, the fans were more than satisfied as she delivered all of her major hits, including ‘Paparazzi,’ ‘Poker Face,’ ‘Just Dance,’ and ‘Telephone.’ Just like at the Grammys, she took every opportunity to showcase her toned physique, including her super flat belly, and danced with all her heart to every infectious beat.

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