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It is only as 55,000 people descend on Twickenham stadium for the first of Lady GaGa's three sold-out shows that you realise just how much of an effect she's had on pop music in the last four years. But unlike an arena gig from say, Katy Perry or Kasabian, the crowd is as diverse as the album we're all here to celebrate; the genre-bending, hectic and, at times, scarily freakish Born This Way. First up were supporters The Darkness who were chosen by GaGa herself, no doubt for their '80s-inspired glam-rock sound which features (in parts, at least) on her own LP. The task of entertaining a supersize crowd interested in one thing only is by no means easy, but it was one Justin Hawkins and Co. seemed effortlessly well-equipped for. Their short-but-sweet 30-minute set encapsulated their best so far; spanning from old, in-yer-face favourites (more) »

- By Robert Copsey

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