DOLL domination hit in Belfast on Tuesday night as the Pussycat Dolls brought their Doll Domination World Tour to Northern Ireland.

Nicole, Ashley, Jessica, Kimberly and Melody wowed the local crowd with all of their hit singles and some impressive dance routines during the show at the King's Hall.

Despite the chill outside, the Dolls warmed up the winter and the Belfast crowd were certainly in the mood to party.

The evening was started by the Dolls support act, Lady Gaga, who could well have been the headline act as she put on a superb show, underlining that she is set to be the next pop superstar.

With many of the crowd decked out in Gaga-esque clothing and face paint, the New Yorker attracted a large amount of fans to the gig.

Performing tracks from her debut album, The Fame, Lady Gaga brought the 'Haus of Gaga' to the King's Hall, thrilling the crowd with tracks such as Love Game and Paparazzi, before ending her set with current chart climber Poker Face and the number one hit Just Dance.

With the mood in the arena high, the Dolls roared onto the stage opening the show with Takin' Over the World, a track from their recent album Doll Domination.

Continuing the party they performed a number of their hits including Beep, I Don't Need A Man, Buttons, Wait A Minute and the beautiful new single I Hate This Part.

Each of the girls took to the stage to display their solo talents, before continuing the night with more tracks from their recent album, including Whatcha Think About That and Magic.

The Dolls finished the night with some of their biggest hits performing the fabulous Stickwitu from their debut album PCD, before they had the crowd going wild with their number one hit Don't Cha, ending the night with the massive hit When I Grow Up.

Judging by this performance, the Dolls certainly did dominate.

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