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Lady Gaga debuts ARTPOP at iTunes Festival

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  • Lady Gaga, fresh off this appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards, debuted her "ARTPOP" songs at the iTunes Festival on Sunday in London.

      Lady Gaga, fresh off this appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards, debuted her "ARTPOP" songs at the iTunes Festival on Sunday in London.
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LONDON -- With flying pigs and wigs, Lady Gaga debuted her "ARTPOP" songs at the iTunes Festival.

The pop star performed seven new songs, as she headlined the event at London's Roundhouse Sunday night. It is Gaga's first solo show since she had hip surgery in February.

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The concert started with her swinging over the audience in a cage and involved many onstage costume changes, elaborate wigs and dancers in hazard suits wearing pig masks, hanging from the ceiling.

The songs included "Jewels & Drugs" --a rap number featuring T.I.-- pop song "Sex Dreams" and ballad "I Wanna Be With You." Also the title track of Gaga's new album, "ARTPOP," due for release on Nov. 11.

iTunes Festival continues throughout September with Elton John, Justin Timberlake and Katy Perry on the lineup.

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