Picture Show: Top 5 Fan Costume Photos From Lady Gaga at the American Airlines Center

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Last year, the costumed Lady Gaga fans lined up in capes and holding "Gaga 4 President" signs.

It was no different last night, when a steady line of fans wearing cigarette-flecked glasses and thick skeleton paint wound outside the American Airlines Center.

Catherine Downes will be along shortly with a review of last night's Lady Gaga, Semi Precious Weapons and Scissor Sisters show (you can see photos of the concert right here), but in the meantime check out photographer Stephen Masker's fan captures. Top five after the jump...






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