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Lady Gaga zips to ‘GMA’ performance (video)

Singer Lady Gaga hangs from a wire zip line as she rides to the stage during a live concert performance in New York's Central Park televised on ABC's Good Morning America. (MIKE SEGAR/REUTERS)

Friday morning, she performed on “Good Morning America” — after riding a zip line to the stage — as part of the show’s summer concert series. (Video of that below.) Gaga talked to Robin Roberts and George Stephanopoulos about two of her favorite topics, bullying and her fans, which she also covered during her MTV interview, “Inside the Outside,” which aired Thursday night.

She attempted to eat David Letterman’s notes Monday, for which she was called “a patriot” by Bill O’Reilly, and showed off her (intentionally) funny side on “Saturday Night Live” with host Justin Timberlake. Sure, her new album, “Born This Way,” which officially dropped Monday, is not getting the greatest reviews, but high demand for a 99 cent digital download of the record on Amazon caused big delays on the site.

On Wednesday night, she performed her new single “Edge of Glory” — concluding with a dive from a heap of faux rocks — on the “American Idol” finale.

In conclusion: Get it, Gaga.

Watch Gaga on “GMA” below:

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