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Love Game - Live Performances
... The song was a major part of Gaga’s performance in her first headlining Fame Ball tour as the second number of the setlist and was performed alongside "Starstruck" ... while wearing a one-legged black leotard and a blond bob haircut similar to that of her Fame Ball tour performance ... It was also performed on Gaga's The Monster Ball Tour ...
Lady Gaga - Life and Career - 2008–10: The Fame and The Fame Monster
... supporting artist on the North American leg of New Kids on the Block's reunion concert tour ... act on the Pussycat Dolls' Doll Domination Tour during the first half of 2009 in Europe and Oceania, she also embarked on her own six-month critically appreciated worldwide concert tour The ... allowed Gaga to start her second worldwide concert tour, The Monster Ball Tour, just weeks after the release of the album and months after having finished The Fame Ball Tour ...
Richie Benaud - Later Career
... Benaud hit a ball into the covers and the pair attempted a quick single when a direct hit from Joe Solomon saw Davidson run out ... had an unpenetrative match with the ball, taking 1/162 ... On his third and final tour to England in 1961, he was hampered by damaged tendons in his right shoulder, which forced him to miss the Second Test at Lord's known as the "Battle of the Ridge" ...

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