Lady Gaga Tweets Support for One Direction

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Lady Gaga showed her support for One Direction at the VMAs on Sunday when she spoke with them backstage and told them they deserved all of their success, but now she is showing them some love on Twitter, too. NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 25:  (EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE) Lady Gaga and One Direction attend the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards at the Barclays Center on August 25, 2013 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City.  (Photo by Kevin Mazur/WireImage for MTV)
As if we needed another reason to love Lady Gaga!

The singer showed One Direction some love backstage at the VMAs on Sunday after she heard people in the audience booing them.

"Don't you dare let those people boo you...I wanna leave right now," she told them. "I don't even wanna stay anymore, because I don't want to be a room where people are booing."

Leaving them with the parting comment that they deserved better, Gaga said goodbye and went about her business.

Then, last night, she decided to profess her 1D love in a much more public way.

In addition to the more than 130,000 RTs and 118,000 favorites the tweet received, Louis and Liam also took notice of the tweet and shared a similar sentiment for the "Applause" singer.

@ladygaga is a f--king legend! Such a nice woman!!" Louis Tomlinson wrote. "Morning everyone what a night yesterday was would like to thank @ladygaga for her support yesterday and her extraordinary outfits ;)" Liam Payne chimed in.

Hopefully this is the beginning of a friendship between the group and Gaga...who knows, maybe it could even lead to a collaboration?

Now on to more important matters--who had the nerve to "boo" 1D in the first place?!


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