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Lady Gaga Apparently Well Enough to Perform on 'Oprah'

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Jan. 15 2010, Published 7:15 a.m. ET

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Only hours after calling off a concert in Indiana due to "exhaustion," Lady Gaga was apparently well enough to perform on The Oprah Winfrey Show.

Lady Gaga performed a medley of her hit songs live on Oprah's show on Friday morning in Chicago without showing any apparent signs of illness. This came only a day after canceling her concert at Purdue University in Indiana after reportedly collapsing before taking the stage.

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She even managed to give her usual memorable performances live on Oprah!

Lady Gaga wore a black costume studded with spikes and even took a gold spiked ball and swung it through a windshield of a taxi on stage!

The concert that she canceled was Thursday night and the cancellation wasn't announced until her opening acts Jason Derulo and Semi Precious Weapons had already performed.

A statement made by Lady Gaga's tour management, released by the school, said she'd suffered a sudden illness and medical personnel had advised her not to perform.

But, Lady Gaga won't have angry college students coming after her!

She has already rescheduled the concert for Jan. 26.

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