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Gaga looks out for her Fans!

Posted on June 20, 2010 in Uncategorized by

Cola_cans

Most of you have heard the recent news that at the beginning of the month Lady Gaga let loose on her security for not allowing her fans entry to her concert at the MEN Arena in Manchester for wearing drink cans in their hair.
After being refused entry one angry fan Tweeted Gaga herself to tell her that they were being left high and dry outside. Moments later Lady Gaga tweeted “Outraged… Staff at the MEN aren’t letting people into the arena with cans in their hair. So many sad Little Monsters.”
But within moments peace had been restored when she added “All is well at MEN Arena, feel free to wear your coke cans proud in hair. Security has been reprimanded for censoring Little Monster freedoms.”.

Now we all know that Lady Gaga likes to portray a hard, tougher than tough exterior and sometimes seems to have a rather high opinion of herself..maybe even stepping over the line into arrogance.
 A lot of people seem to think this is just an alter ego, a way to protect herself from getting hurt but whatever you think about Lady Gaga you have to admit she has her priorities right. The fans should always be your number ONE priority, they make you and they can break you. Too many stars seem to forget this and think that once they’ve reached the top they’re unstoppable…a’la Robert Pattinson and Kristen (I hate all publicity) Stewart.
They try to pull this whole “oh my passion is to be an actor/singer not a celebrity” crap but without fans to watch your films or to buy your music you’d be a nobody playing gigs in a backstreet pub or putting on plays at your local theatre.
Lady Gaga knows that if she turns her back on her fans then they’ll turn their backs on her and she’ll come crashing down to earth with an almighty bang!

Well to be honest any star who gets into trouble with their accountant for over indulging their fans is alright by me!

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