Lady GaGa 'Cried So Hard' At Indonesian Flashmob
Star pays tribute to 'best fans in the world' in YouTube video...
Lady GaGa has admitted that she was reduced to tears by a dancing flashmob organised by her fans in Indonesia.
The pop star, who cancelled a huge gig in the country after violence was threatened by a hardline Islamic group, posted a video on YouTube to thank the "Indonesian Little Monsters" for their efforts.
She said: "This made me cry so hard, I love you so much. You are the best fans in the world."
And she continued: "Tons of rejection and hatred are everywhere. But still we will always have your back.
"We respect your decision due to BTW Ball cancellation and it doesn't change how much we love you."
The fans' flashmob can also be seen on YouTube and features the fans dancing and singing to a medley of her hits including Telephone, Bad Romance, Judas and Born This Way.