Lady Gaga defended One Direction and threatened to leave the MTV Video Music Awards after the boy band were booed last night (25.08.13).
The group received a surprisingly negative reaction when they collected the gong for 'Song of the Summer' - for their hit single 'Best Song Ever' - and while they took it in their stride, they still had the support of the 'Applause' singer.
Seen backstage after the boy band accepted their award, Gaga was heard saying: ''Don't you dare let those people boo you. If I did hear what I heard out there, I just want to tell you that you deserve every bit of success that you have.
''I want to leave right now. I don't want to stay anymore because I don't want to be in a room where people are booing.''
Liam Payne took to his Twitter account earlier today (26.08.13) and thanked the star for her kind words.
He wrote: ''Morning everyone what a night yesterday was would like to thank @ladygaga for her support yesterday and her extraordinary outfits.''
Earlier in the night, Taylor Swift was seemingly caught on camera turning to Selena Gomez and telling ex-boyfriend Harry Styles to ''shut the f**k up'' while his was on stage with his band mates to present the award for Best Pop Video.
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