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Lady Gaga fans break into garage, share Thanksgiving leftovers


Lady Gaga sent out this photo of herself through Twitter after finding 35 fans singing and ringing her doorbell in Lima, Peru, on November 22, 2012.



You’d think this would be exactly the opposite strategy to discourage further fans from breaking into your garage. Then again, you’re probably not Lady Gaga.

The chanteuse stumbled upon 35 fans who found her home and started singing loudly on Thursday evening; however, instead of calling police or asking them to leave, she fed them Thanksgiving leftovers.

Gaga is touring South America and spent Thanksgiving in Peru, Digital Spy said.

Through Twitter, Gaga revealed several of her fans, whom she calls “Little Monsters,” were up to no good.

“Monster fact when Gaga is asleep try to break into the garage, sing loud as possible, + ring the doorbell repeatedly… happening now… bad kids,” she tweeted.

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She wasn’t mad, either.

She followed that by tweeting, “Thanksgiving story: woke up for leftovers in kitchen (naked) - stumbled on security camera revealing 35 monsters in my garage… why… I love u.”

Although she realized the folly of her ways – you might as well just give them a key – Gaga’s relationship with her fans is unique.

“I should be mad I guess except I tried to figure out how to slide stuffing under the door, but theres no cat-flap,” Gaga added.

According to Digital Spy, Gaga is set to release a new video for her latest single, “Cake,” directed by photographer Terry Richardson.

Earlier in the day, she toured a home for sexually abused girls in Lima. She apparently entertained the girls, between ages 2 and 13, with songs before her concert later in the evening, Fox News reported.

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