On July 2, Lady Gaga hit a major milestone -- 10 million people officially clicked the "like" button on her Facebook page. She narrowly defeated her biggest competition, Barack Obama, but still falls short of holding the all-time record. That coveted title belongs to Michael Jackson, who boasts over 14 million fans.
To show her appreciation, Gaga tweeted, "Thank u so much little monsters for following me on Facebook! 10 million friends of mine who are now connected to each other."
The New York native may be far surpassing Justin Bieber's not-too-shabby 6.7 million Facebook fans, but the 16-year-old does top her in another online arena. Biebs has taken the "Alejandro" singer's spot as the most searched person on the Web. In fact, he gets searched 29 times more than Obama.
Search site Ask Jeeves comments, "The Bieber is an online sensation, so it's fitting he now rules the search engine world too."
In case you're wondering who'd win in a Tweet-Off: Justin holds 3.5 million devoted followers, but Lady Gaga triumphs here with 4.8 million.