Billboard chart topper Lady GaGa took to the stage this weekend way past most folks' bedtime to perform a roaring 75-minute concert set for a crowd of thousands – mostly gay men.
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GaGa, who went on stage at 2 AM Sunday, played all her hits including an acoustic yet uptempo version of her current #1 hit "Poker Face," just as she had done days earlier on "American Idol." Her popular "Just Dance" was also a crowd-pleaser as was her third single, "Love Game," and her upcoming sure-to-be hit song, "Paparazzi."
This January in an interview for Access Hollywood and The Billy Bush Radio Show, Lady GaGa told Bush, " "I love the gay community. Like bleeding heart love the gay community. . .it's a genuine love I have for them."
During her performance early Sunday morning, she opened up about the meaning behind "Poker Face," suggesting that the song is about her personal experience with bisexuality. To an enthusiastic crowd reaction, she stated the song is about being with a man but fantasizing about a woman; hence, the man must read her "Poker Face."
Also, during the weekend's festivities, an annual boon to Palm Springs' local economy, Erasure's Andy Bell spun a DJset at a Saturday pool party while Kat DeLuna entertained at Sunday T Dance: Under the Sea.