Britney Spears Steals Hearts At San Francisco Show

Brit performs Femme Fatale tracks, shouts out LGBT teens at concert set to air Tuesday on 'Good Morning America.'

SAN FRANCISCO — The city of San Francisco loves Britney

Spears and that love was apparent at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium,

where the pop star performed some of her brand-new Femme Fatale

club bangers on Sunday afternoon (March 27).

The excited roomful of fans were among the lucky group tapped to watch her tape a "Good Morning America" performance, which will air on Tuesday, the same day her album drops.

Check out hot photos of Britney's "GMA" performance.

Before Spears even hit the stage, five fabulous drag queens warmed up the crowd and declared their adoration for the femme fatale herself. Their sassy back-and-forth was followed by Cheer SF, a cheerleading act. After the room was sufficiently warmed up, "GMA" hosts Sam Champion and Robin Roberts came onstage to introduce Spears.

From a set that mirrored the one used in her Las Vegas show two nights ago, Spears kicked off with her lead single, "Hold It Against Me." She dazzled the crowd with an engaging performance, dancing around in a stunning silver bodysuit. After the song, she smiled, telling the crowd "It's beautiful" being in San Francisco to perform for them.

After a change of clothes into a body-hugging, black bodysuit, Spears got sexy for the collabo "Big Fat Bass." As she shimmied to the thumping track, fans cheered along.

Spears even gave a shout-out to the local gay youths who were in attendance from the Larkin Street homeless shelter and the LYRIC center for LGBT youth. "They're in the front row; thanks for coming," she said.

Between songs, Roberts and Champion taped intros and the former teased a top-secret announcement Britney is set to make on Tuesday when the show airs.

Spears then performed one more track, her second single, "Till the World Ends," to cap off the performance. After her last song, an excited-looking Britney gazed at her fans and told them she was looking forward to releasing her new album: "I love music. It's my world, it's my everything."

Before she left the stage, Brit was presented with a certificate from the city, and she thanked them exuberantly for the super reception.

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