November 24, 2012 15:00
Lady Gaga's garage broken into by 35 fans on Thanksgiving
Singer stumbled upon intruders while in the nude and preparing a midnight snack
The 'Born This Way' singer detailed on Twitter how she had spotted the army of fans, who she dubs 'Little Monsters', on the security camera footage at her house. Gaga, who is not thought to have contacted the police about the disturbance according to Sky News, detailed the incident in a series of Tweets which you can read below:
i should be mad i guess except i tried to figure out how to slide stuffing under the door, but theres no cat-flap— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) November 23, 2012
Earlier this week, Gaga released a second bizarre clip for a track titled 'Cake', after the first preview debuted online earlier this month. The singer teamed up with renowned photographer Terry Richardson to make the film, with the clip showing her in her underwear writhing around in a pile of mashed-up cake. Covered in buttercream, and in need of a wash, she climbs into a Jacuzzi to clean down (and shake her bottom).
Cake' is expected to be the 'Poker Face' star's next single, but is not thought to be among the tracks on scheduled fourth album 'ARTPOP', due next year. It's also been suggested by sources close to Gaga that 'ARTPOP' is behind schedule due to hectic touring commitments and promotional duties.
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