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Lady GaGa Appears at Eminem and Jay-Z's Second Detroit Concert

September 6, 2010 (3:53 am) GMT
GaGa refused to let her tight schedule prevent her from witnessing the live duet of two big Hip-Hop stars, showing up at Eminem and Jay-Z's concert on September 3.

and 's duet concerts are surely one of the must-watch gigs this year and apparently agrees with that and she spared time in between her tight schedule to attend the two big rappers' show. Accompanied by several bodyguards, GaGa showed up at the Detroit's Comerica Park on Friday night, September 3.

The 24-year-old singer wore a micro-sized silver skirt and sported a long silver-colored wig which is similar to the one she wore on the recent Vanity Fair cover. She watched the stadium concert from an elevated platform in the center of the field, grooving and bobbing her head during "Empire State of Mind" set and throwing Jay-Z's signature diamond hand-sign to the air when the rapper played "U Don't Know".

GaGa was in town to perform at Michigan's Palace of Auburn Hills on Saturday night, September 4 and her surprise appearance at the Slim Shady and Jay-Z's concert caused stir among audience. She reportedly stayed for around an hour before heading backstage.

Another star spotted among the crowd was "" actor who plays lead character opposite in Eminem's "Love the Way You Lie" music video. , , , and additionally came to the Friday night concert as special guests.

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