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Ludacris Owns The Crowd

Posted By on May 13, 2007

IRVINE, California — Nearly 20,000 fans gathered at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Irvine, California, on Saturday to see Fergie, Ludacris and Kelly Clarkson headline the 10th annual KIIS-FM Wango Tango music festival. And while all of the musicians on the lineup — which also included Omarion, Robin Thicke, Enrique Iglesias, Elliott Yamin and Pitbull — brought their A-game, Luda stole the show.

Ludacris took the stage with a vengeance for his 30-minute set, wearing a white T, a hoodie, black jeans and a whopping diamond-encrusted map of Africa around his neck. The Grammy-winning rapper moved from one hit song to the next, grabbing the audience from the start and not letting go for the entire set. Luda and his DTP crew busted out such hits as "Pimpin' All Over the World," "Stand Up," "Move B—h" and "What's Your Fantasy?" topped off with "Money Maker". For the duration of the act, fans were standing on their seats, shouting out lyrics and shaking their own moneymakers.