Lady Gaga has a new fan and she is just two years old! We are talking about Little Monster Harper Beckham, daughter of David and Victoria Beckham who was really excited to see her favourite singer at the recent Jingle Ball concert in London. Little Harper was all smiles and happy to meet the "Applause" singer backstage and even got her chocolates signed by Gaga!
The ex-footballer cradled daughter little Harper in his lap as he took her to attend the Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball on Sunday night along with his other children. Harper was dressed in a long beige over coat and dark brown boots. She looked cute as a button with her hair tied up in a knot as she met the bizarre singer backstage during a secret rendezvous.
According to Daily Mail, Harper is so fond of Lady Gaga that she even sings her songs.
"Victoria and David, along with Harper, were taken to meet Lady Gaga backstage and proudly told her that their daughter is her biggest fan," says a source to the website.
Victoria, who herself is musically inclined and was a member of the most popular girl band ever - Spice Girls, posted an image of a chocolate bar Gaga had signed for the family on her Twitter page.
"Met @ladygaga last night, so sweet to the boys and Harper. What a show, she is AMAZING!!x vb," wrote Victoria on her Twitter page after the show. Check out the photo here.
However we wonder if it is appropriate for a 2-year-old to be exposed to a nudity-loving singer Gaga at such tender age. These are formative years for Harper and if encouraged to like someone as bizarre as Lady Gaga, this may have an effect at her personality later in life.
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Lady Gaga is fond of stripping and getting naked at any chance she gets. More recently, she left nothing to the imagination of her fans when she showed off her private parts on the cover page of Candy Magazine. Hope Harper gets over the Gaga phase soon and gets to really like her when she is old enough to understand her antics, without being influenced.
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