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GMA Summer Concert Series kicks off with Lady Gaga
NEW YORK (AP) - “Good Morning America” is waking up its audience to Lady Gaga and a summer-full of other big acts.
Lady Gaga will kick off “GMA’s Summer Concert Series” on May 27, airing live from New York’s Central Park during the ABC News morning program. She will perform songs from her new album, the network said in its announcement on Wednesday.
Headliners booked for subsequent Friday concerts include Beyonce (bee-AHN’-say), Mary J. Blige, Jennifer Hudson and Brad Paisley.
Debbie Gibson and Tiffany will appear on stage together for the first time. And nostalgia band The Go-Go’s will make their final TV appearance, ABC said.
“Good Morning America” airs from 7 to 9 a.m. Eastern weekdays on ABC.
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