Britney Spears woos San Francisco at Bill Graham Auditorium 

Britney Spears made a flashy comeback in San Francisco at Bill Graham Auditorium on Sunday tugging at the strings of The City’s infamous and powerful gay crowd.

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Spears performed three songs, “Hold it Against Me,” “Big Fat Bass” and finishing with her newest single “Till the World Ends,” for a live taping of “Good Morning America: that will air Tuesday. Thousands of fans lined up as early as 5:30 a.m. to watch a combined total of about 15 minutes worth of performing that started at noon.

There was a mixed crowd of scantily clad fans posing as Spears, drag queens in school girl outfits, parents with their children, and teenagers who tend to make the same loyal claim.

“I’m her biggest fan,” said Nicholas Brinkerhoff, 18, from Burlingame, who was one of the people waiting since around the early hours.

Spears was introduced by a locally known drag queen named Heklina who has performed in the show Trannyshack, along with four other prominent tranny stars.

“‘Good Morning America.’ You’re not in Kansas anymore,” a drag queen dressed in a red ball gown wearing a tiara said into the microphone minutes before the performance.

The concert ended with a declaration that today is in fact by order of the city and county of San Francisco, Britney Spears Day.

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