Much like her clothes, Lady Gaga’s Thanksgiving Day was a little bit unusual. The singer tweeted on Friday that 35 fans broke into her garage on the eve of the holiday, Us Weekly reports.
Thanksgiving Day is a holiday for the family, but when you’re an international superstar, your guest list could become significantly larger. Lady Gaga received an unexpected visit last Friday when 35 fans tried to break into her garage. The star didn’t seem to be bothered by their behavior; on the contrary, she tweeted her followers telling them that this type of behavior is, in fact, what makes the singer love her fans.
Judging by the facts she described on her Twitter account, the 35 fans didn’t have the best intentions. They opened Gaga’s garage and woke the entire house up due to the noises they were making. The singer wrote: “#MONSTERFACT when gaga is asleep try to break into the garage, sing loud as possible, + ring the doorbell repeatedly #happeningnow”.
The “Born This Way” interpreter further added that the fans’ visit was a pleasant surprise. She confessed she was amused by the images she saw on the security cameras when she woke up in the morning. “Thanksgiving story: woke up for leftovers in kitchen (naked)- stumbled on security camera revealing 35 monsters in my garage #why #iloveu,” the pop star added. Instead of getting mad at them for breaking into her garage, Lady Gaga tried to share some Thanksgiving Day leftovers with the trespassers, but she couldn’t do it because her door doesn’t have a cat-flap.
Unlike her, Lady Gaga’s father was annoyed by the noises that the fans were making, especially since he was trying to get some sleep. The singer made a joke on her Twitter account telling fans that if they see “A LARGE ITALIAN MAN yelling about sleep IT IS NOT JOE GERMANOTTA”.