Months before the real Lady Gaga sold out the Sprint Center, her impersonators packed the Conspiracy Room. Getting a drink — or a glimpse of the show — was virtually impossible on January 22, aka Night of Fame, the first and most successful event yet in an ongoing theme-party series planned by Uptown Theater staff. Not quite sure what they were in for, attendees streamed into the 441-capacity bar. They were greeted by a life-sized Gaga cutout and a balloon-encrusted faux paparazzo with a camera. Many arrived decked out in their best imitations of Gaga's notoriously outrageous costumes. Officially, the event was subtitled "Lady Gaga vs. Madonna," but dark sunglasses, oversized headpieces and head-to-toe lace bodysuits dominated. Some of the crowd's elaborate creations rivaled even what the entertainers (drag queens and rock tart Alicia Solombrino) donned to lip-sync and writhe around to "Telephone" and "Bad Romance." Nomathmatics kept the party popping after.