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Posted at 3:26 PM ET, 02/24/2011

Lady Gaga concert photos from D.C.'s little monsters

By Katie Rogers

For the second time in five months, Lady Gaga is descending upon Verizon Center to take her little monsters for a spin.

Gaga's appearance tonight is the talk of the town, and in a typically Washington way. Last week, D.C. Council member Jim Graham complained about needing tickets to Thursday night's concert, and his dream has become reality. (He donated a couple of extras to charity.) Washington City Paper has a proposal for who should be the lucky seat filler.

But enough about politics! We want to see you in your Thursday night best.

Last September, Gaga's bejeweled -- or, at least, beglittered -- legions of fans sent in concert photos and showed off their finery for the Post. In this video, one woman asks simply, "How could you NOT dress up?"


Got a picture from Thursday's show?

Update: Twitter buzz and pictures

Gaga: "I don't want you to leave here loving me more. I want you to leave here loving yourself more." #littlemonsterless than a minute ago via Twitter for iPhone

247638367.jpg(#Littlemonster photo via Twitter user @miranda_panda)

Bry @ the @ladygaga concert! Put your paws up. #littlemonsterless than a minute ago via TweetDeck

6a9nx.jpg(#Littlemonster photo via the Post's @marieeoliver)

Send us a picture via Twitter using #littlemonster -- the one to your left is from Post reader @Straussnator -- or upload your photo to this gallery.

By Katie Rogers  | February 24, 2011; 3:26 PM ET
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Looks like a lot of people had fun. Even if you feel like me, and she's not your cup of tea, you gotta admit she has a strong following.

Posted by: password1111 | February 25, 2011 2:18 PM | Report abuse

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