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Lady Gaga makes ‘Today’ show history

HollywoodNews.com: Watch out Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga has just smashed one of your records. Bieber previously held the record for drawing over 12,000 fans to watch his performance on the “Today” show, but now Gaga has smashed it.

The singer drew more than 18,000 fans to watch her perform, even in the rain. Gaga said, “I love and cherish my fans so much. I just want to say a big thank you to the television and radio, the underground clubs and the gay community for supporting me for the past 3 years, and all the records that you have bought. I love you, and I just cherish you forever,” reports Hollyscoop.

Gaga also performed a new song called “You and I” which she said is about “the most important person I’ve ever met.”

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