Lady Gaga's Little Monsters Invade Radio City Music Hall: Photos

January 25, 2010 12:00 AM ET

Rolling Stone brought you a preview of Lady Gaga's ambitious Monster Ball Tour, a report from its U.S. opening night and updates on the singer's health as she nixed a handful of gigs due to "exhaustion." Her trek may have wrapped with a four-night homecoming stand at New York's Radio City Music Hall last night, but Gagamania hasn't left the city just yet. Check out photos of Gaga's die-hard fans, her "little monsters," dressed up in outfits inspired by the star's own wild fashions in our exclusive gallery:

Lady Gaga's Little Monsters Invade Radio City Music Hall

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