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  • Nicki Minaj

    R&B superstar Nicki Minaj makes it a "pink Friday" in New York City's Central Park on the stage for an electrifying performance for the "GMA Summer Concert Series," Aug. 5, 2011. Minaj, the human Barbie, rocks the "GMA Summer Concert Series" stage wearing a clear, pink-trimmed plastic skirt, newsprint leggings, leopard print rain boots, and singing hits like"Where Them Girls At," from her platinum-selling, debut album.
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    Minaj's hits include songs like "Till The World Ends," "Where Them Girls At", "Moment 4 Life", "Super Bass," all of which she performs flanked by high-energy backup dancers, violinists and gospel singers on the "GMA" stage in New York City's Central Park, Aug. 5, 2011.
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    Wearing a blonde wig in place of her signature pink hair, Minaj thanked her "darlings" at the "GMA" concert for pushing her debut album, "Pink Friday," to platinum status. "I grew up in New York City, I never imagined myself playing in Central Park with a bunch of beautiful people like this. I am New York to the fullest," she said Friday morning on "GMA."
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    Minaj's die-hard fans, including "GMA's" own Sam Champion and producers Monica Escobedo, Karen Rhee and Emily Gertler, donned pink hair, Barbie-like getups and pink hearts to get ready for the singer's sold-out "GMA" concert in New York City's Central Park, Aug. 5, 2011.
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  • Nicki Minaj

    Minaj was born in Trinidad & Tobago but grew up in New York City, something she reflected on when she saw the fans who waited overnight to see her perform live today in New York's Central Park on the "GMA Summer Concert Series" stage. "I never imagined myself playing in Central Park with a bunch of beautiful people like this," she said on "GMA." "I'm a hometown girl. I'm New York to the fullest."
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