<p>Lady Gaga works the Qwest Center crowd during her nearly two-hour-long performance Thursday night. </p>

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CHRIS FLETCHER

Lady Gaga works the Qwest Center crowd during her nearly two-hour-long performance Thursday night.

First Lady

So ... some girl named Lady Gaga was in town last night. If you weren't one of the umpteen thousand fans in attendance, here's her set list so you can throw it on your iPod and at least pretend: (Intro) 1. Dance in the Dark 2. Glitter and Grease 3. Just Dance 4. Beautiful, Dirty, Rich 5. The Fame (Interlude) 6. LoveGame 7. Boys Boys Boys 8. Money Honey 9. Telephone (Lady Gaga feat. Beyonce cover) 10. Born This Way (Piano & Vocal version) 11. You and I (Interlude) 12. Monster 13. Teeth 14. Alejandro 15. Poker Face (Interlude) 16. Paparazzi Encore: 17. Bad Romance Encore 2: 18. Born This Way Look for more photos from the performance on our Facebook page soon: www.facebook.com/thereaderomaha

posted at 05:53 pm
on Friday, March 18th, 2011

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