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08:23 | 30th May 2017

Entertainment News: News

Mon 28 Mar, 2011
By Sam Bristowe


Nine million followers makes the Poker Face singer the most followed person on the social networking site

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Not only is Lady Gaga celebrating the fact that she was “Born This Day” as she turns 25 but the controversial star has broken another record as the highest number of twitter followers with her account reaching over 9 million followers.

The outspoken gay rights activist has broken a number of records since bursting on to the pop scene and this latest one comes just in time as the star celebrates her 25th birthday today.

The star is currently ruling charts across the world with her latest pro-gay song ‘Born this Way’ and is still running her critically claimed Monster Ball Tour.

Nine million followers makes the Poker Face singer the most followed person on the social networking site and contact music reports that Justin Bieber came in at a close second.



The singer has also raised over $1.5 million for Japanese Tsunami relief after she designed a 'Prayer Bracelet' and also contributed to the 'Songs For Japan' album.

 

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