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First Look at Nicki Minaj Performing at 'Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin Eve'

December 28, 2011 (4:02 am) GMT
Rocking a long blonde hair and a metallic-like outfit, the 'Super Bass' femcee reportedly performs songs from her album 'Pink Friday'.
First Look at Nicki Minaj Performing at 'Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin Eve'

"'s New Year's Rockin Eve" special concert to welcome 2012 won't air until December 31 night, but some of its segments have been taped in advance. One of the musical guests who taped their performance ahead of the star-studded gig was .

The first lady reportedly filmed her set on Saturday, December 24. The femcee was pictured wearing a long blonde hair and donning a metallic-like garb with blue-tinted color. She reportedly performed song selections from debut album "".

The other performers are , , , , , , , , , , , and .

"" host will host the ABC special concert live from Times Square along with , while star Fergie (a.k.a ) is set to present the event from the West Side in Los Angeles.

After 40 years since its inaugural show, 82-year-old Clark revealed to New York Post what made him continue to be part of the gig. "I look forward to the Times Square appearance for two reasons. One . . . I'm honored to be a part of the event. And two, I'm really touched by the many people who tell me I'm an inspiration to them," he gushed.

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