Apr 27, 2012 10:55 PM EDT
The show must go on for Lady Gaga in South Korea despite protests from conservative Christian groups trying to ban the artist from performing. The concert, which has been banned for minors under the age of 18, kicked off with tens of thousands of South Korean fans packing out the Olympic stadium in Seoul.
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Over 50,000 fans attended the concert, all wearing paper bracelets stating "18 above". Fans were required to present national ID cards in order to enter the concert venue in response to the public outcry which deemed Lady Gaga's concert as too pornographic.
The eccentric star kicked off the first of her "Born This Way Ball" tour concert by entering on horseback and wearing a shiny black bodysuit. According to inquirer.net, the crowd went wild as she said: "I was told that your government decided that my shows should be 18 or over... So, I'll make sure it will be!"
Lady Gaga performed over 20 hits during the show and wore 10 different outfits. She wore a pair of heels made out of meat and a skirt made out of a piano keyboard.
Outside the concert venue, Christian activists were seen praying while some held placards reading "Lady Gaga. Go Home!"
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