CLEVELAND – “Little Monsters” took over the downtown area on Wednesday night with Lady Gaga’s concert at The Quicken Loans Arena.
The 24-year-old singing sensation performed before a sold-out arena. “She’s just so talented and she doesn’t care what people think,” said Kalee Burton from Sheffield Lake. “That’s why everyone comes up and dresses-up and comes out to the show for that reason!”
Lady Gaga’s fans lined-up outside the arena throughout the day and many hoped to get some last-minute seats that were made available before the show. A few fans managed to locate the singer outside her hotel. “I was hyperventilating, so I couldn’t talk and she asked me if I was okay and she started patting my chest, it was amazing,” said Brandan Boggs.
“She always says, this is about her fans, they put her where she is, she loves them so much,” said Jen Toohey from Q104. “And even though it’s probably hard for her to go out in public, she still does it and she still loves her fans and that’s one of the things that makes me love her!”
Gaga arrived in Cleveland on Tuesday and was spotted having dinner in her lingerie at Sushi Rock. “She said she loved Cleveland,” said Shawn Cottrell from the restaurant. “She said she had a great time here and she enjoyed the food. She was just having an all-around good time.”
If you missed her Cleveland show, she’ll be performing in Columbus next March. “I can’t even explain how happy I am, because I went and saw her in Toronto and I’m going to Columbus and LA, too,” said Kristin Willson from Kent.