Lady Gaga Concert- One Of The Remarkable Ones For Sure
Lady Gaga set the stage on fire on her visit at Staples Center in Los Angeles on Saturday night. Being on a world tour, she performed on her 2011 album "Born This Way". The show lasted for two and half hours and was synonymous with awesome production and special effects. There was a series of countless costume changes in the event. Thanks to the exemplary performance done by army of dancers, the whole show turned out to be quite mesmerizing than never before.
The heightened and electrifying excitement can be gauged from the fact that even before the show started, fans turned out to be in large numbers and they indeed started showing their love and craze for such a world renowned personality which does not need any introduction for sure.
Lady Gaga and her mother's foundation namely Born This Way Foundation set up tents where snacks were offered along with services. It was done in order to show the support for LGBT community so that youths can be empowered and inspired as well.
However, the show even gathered the attraction of protestors who were outside and raised the slogan by holding placards that read "Homo sex is sin". This was done in order to verbally insult concertgoers who were proud of themselves since they showed their freakish sides. However, this did not in any way deter the followers of Gaga from continuing to stage her exemplary performance and the whole show could be best described as "art pop".
The stage bore witness to performance of Gaga just after 8:30 p.m and the opening was done with "Highway Unicorn". She was rising on a massive black mechanical horse around the stage. Dancers did full justice with their performance and they held flags that read 'G.O.A.T. It is an abbreviated form of Government Owned Alien Territory which is imaginary place abound by humans which are free of prejudice.
In the backdrop, there was a three-storey medieval castle which consisted of endless windows and it displayed musicians with various rooms.
In the centre of stage, there was Monster Pit where VIP fans had sat. Doing full justice of being referred as the true Lady Gaga's following, "little monsters" were donned with flamboyant dresses which included Coke-can roller hairdos, outrageous wigs, masked faces, bare midriffs, lace leggings and platform shoes.
However, the strength of these people were only handful among the thousands who had come to be a proud witness of the occasion. They were equally dressed without having any sign of fear or discrimination. There was one lady who went topless as Gaga encouraged the nearby people to just rise up so that she can be seen by every one.
As the night progressed, there were increasing numbers of people who were entertained with her latest album namely "Judas", "Bloody Mary", "Americano" etc. Later on, as the clock struck 11, Gaga finished off the show with "Marry the Night" and "Edge of Glory"
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