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Lady Gaga finds fans in garage

Published 23/11/2012

Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga woke up after Thanksgiving to find a swarm of fans had broken into the house she was staying in.

The star is currently on tour in Peru and enjoyed a sumptuous meal to celebrate the American Thanksgiving holiday yesterday, even though she was away from home. During the night she awoke and went to the kitchen naked to fix herself a snack, which is when she realised that at least 35 fans had crammed into her garage.

"Thanksgiving story: woke up for leftovers in kitchen (naked)- stumbled on security camera revealing 35 monsters in my garage #why #iloveu, (sic)" Lady Gaga wrote on Twitter. "I should be mad I guess except I tried to figure out how to slide stuffing under the door, but there's no cat-flap."

The hugely-popular celebrity had previously warned the world that something was afoot on the social networking site.

Although she seemed un-phased by her "little monsters" taking such drastic steps to see her, the songstress was more irritated that her sleep was being interrupted.

"#MONSTERFACT when gaga is asleep try to break into the garage, sing loud as possible, + ring the doorbell repeatedly #happening now #bad kids, (sic)," she wrote.

The 26-year-old had an enjoyable Thanksgiving despite the incident.

She celebrated by flying her friends and family to Peru to join her at the rented accommodation.

"I had a wonderful Thanksgiving in Peru this year. My family was able to come and was so special to share the holiday with new friends in Peru," she tweeted.

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