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Britney Spears rocks San Francisco for 'Good Morning America'

By Liz Kelly Nelson

On Sunday, Britney Spears took the stage at San Francisco's Bill Graham Civic Auditorium for a performance set to air Tuesday on "Good Morning America." The 29th is, coincidentally, the same day Spears' new album "Femme Fatale" drops.

Also: Listen to the new album

From what we can glean from interviews MTV conducted at the concert, Spears was wearing a bustier that lit up, had wind blowing through her hair and put on a great show.

More: How many people does it take to make a Britney Spears album?

Said one fan, "[S]he was sexier than ever, and I'd go lesbian for her."

Spears reportedly performed the same three songs -- "Till the World Ends," "Big Fat Bass" and "Hold It Against Me" -- that she sang on Friday in Las Vegas.

According to one report, more than 5,000 fans camped out for tickets to the packed show and, after the event, Spears spent time dodging (or satiating) the paparazzi in San Francisco's Castro neighborhood.

Mar 29, 2011 2:54PM
Britney Spears rocks San Francisco

Brit wouldn't know "Rock" if it bit her on her nasty cottage cheese a$$.


Mar 29, 2011 6:23AM
Right on Cad, this skank does anything but rock. But that's the sorry state of music today. Let's put her on stage next to Stevie Nicks and let them actually sing and see who sounds better. When Taylor Swift was on the same stage as Stevie last year, she got OWNED!!!
Mar 28, 2011 11:13AM
Britney Spears rocks San Francisco for 'Good Morning America'
how can you use britney spears and rock in the same sentence? sacrilegious!!!Surprised

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