Jennifer Hudson wore Target red to the Oscars. What did she wear to Target Center on Tuesday?
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Guess who did not perform at the Target managers meeting at Target Center Tuesday?
Lady Gaga. Not that anyone expected her after her falling out with Target over the company’s donations to political action committees that she didn't approve of. She had a deal with Target to carry an exclusive version of her upcoming “Born This Way” album but she pulled out.
Other stars who do have deals with Target did perform for several thousand store managers on Tuesday.
Our spies report that Ricky Martin and Jennifer Hudson have rocked the day-long meeting thus far.
At last August's meeting, Taylor Swift, John Legend, Keith Urban and Enrique Iglesias entertained 10,000 Big Red managers.
Target doesn’t send out press releases about the meeting, but we hope our spies will give us an update.
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