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The Little Monsters is the term used to describe any Lady Gaga fans.
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The hand used on various official T-shirts.

OriginEdit

While working on her second album, Lady Gaga developed the theme of monster, both in physical form, and to describe her inner fear (Monster of Death, Alcohol, Drugs, etc.). During the summer of 2009, she first started to use the name during her live performances to refer her fans. The name fit them well because her fans crawl and scream during her show like monsters would do.

Mother MonsterEdit

Stylized as Mother Mons†er, it is the term used to describe Lady Gaga. It was not until the term was used by a fan who met her in Chicago, did she start using it herself. Gaga later added it to her Twitter-bio. Other variations include Mommy Monster, Mama Monster, and/or Momma Monster.

The Monster ClawEdit

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Little Monsters hands on the dual piano during the Grammy in 2010.

The international symbol is a claw made with the hand, like in the music video of Bad Romance. The terms "little monsters" and "monsters" are both correct to refer to the fans of Lady Gaga music, art, and fashion. During The Monster Ball, Lady Gaga saw a fan in Boston greet another fan with the claw hand, and that's when she knew that was the "Little Monsters" symbol. For her performance at the 52nd Grammy Awards, Elton John and Lady Gaga played a custom-crafted Baldwin piano by Terence Koh "inspired by and in honor of my little monsters, and their sweet little hands".

The Monster Claw is also known as the Monster Paw, both Gaga and her Little Monsters will use the term "Monsterpaws Up" or "Paws Up" to show they agree with something or to show how like Gaga they are inspired by art, music & fashion and have an undying passion for art like she does.

Other TermsEdit

Both Gaga and her Little Monsters will use the terms Monsterlove, Monsterhugs or Monsterkisses to show their compassion for each other.

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