Lady Gaga is no stranger to strange occurrences, but even she couldn't anticipate what happened on Thursday, Nov. 22, when she woke up in the middle of the night to raid the fridge for Thanksgiving leftovers -- and discovered 35 uninvited guests hiding out on the property where she and her family were staying in Peru.
The "Cake" singer, 26, revealed the incident on Twitter early Friday morning, explaining that security cameras had caught her new Peruvian friends in the garage. (Gaga was in Lima for a concert on Friday, Nov. 23, and spent Thanksgiving day with Peruvian girls who had been sexually abused and lived at a shelter in the poor neighborhood of Lurin.)
"#MONSTERFACT When Gaga is asleep, try to break into the garage, sing loud as possible + ring the doorbell repeatedly," she wrote, along with the hashtags "#happeningnow" and "#badkids." A few minutes later, she elaborated: "Thanksgiving story: woke up for leftovers in kitchen (naked) -- stumbled on security camera revealing 35 monsters in my garage. #why #iloveu"
Seemingly unfazed, the star joked, "I tried to figure out how to slide stuffing under the door, but there's no cat-flap."
Gaga's relationship with her fans -- a.k.a. Little Monsters -- has always been unique. Earlier in the day, she sent a message to her nearly 32 million followers on Twitter, thanking them for their unwavering support.
"Happy Thanksgiving Twitter!" she tweeted. "I'm thankful for all of you, the messages of positivity u send me everyday lift me & make me stronger."
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