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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Lady Gaga Is at Google in San Francisco! Quick -- Ask Her a Question!

Posted By on Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 2:37 PM

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Lady Gaga is in the Bay Area for a show at Oracle Arena tonight -- and lucky for you snoozers, there are still some tickets left. But even luckier for you Gaga freaks, the Mother Monster is inhabiting Google in San Francisco as we type this, answering fan questions from YouTube and Twitter.

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Sure, there are already like 40,000 questions out there, but you never know -- she might answer yours. And even if she doesn't, who knows what sort of hilarity could follow Gaga's presence in S.F.? Last time she played here, in August, Gaga went sausage-crazy at Rosamunde in the Mission with a boy toy -- this before they were set to go to a fancy dinner. (And apparently she's really nice.) Anyway, get your questions in via Twitter (hashtag: #googlegoesgaga), you adoring little monsters, and check her YouTube channel tonight at 6 p.m. S.F. time for answers.

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