Victoria Beckham gets Lady Gaga's autograph on chocolate bar

Victoria Beckham's Gaga autograph.
Victoria Beckham's Gaga autograph.

VICTORIA Beckham asked Lady Gaga for her autograph when she met her on Sunday (08.12.13).

The fashion designer spoke to the 'Do What U Want' hitmaker backstage at Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball concert at The O2 in London and she was so excited to meet the pop superstar she got a memento of the meet-up.

Victoria also praised Gaga for being really friendly to her children - sons Brooklyn, 14, Romeo, 12, Cruz, nine, and two year old daughter Harper.

She wrote on Twitter: "Met @ladygaga last night, so sweet to the boys and Harper. What a show, she is AMAZING!!x vb. (sic)"

Victoria, 39, also uploaded a photograph with her tweet which showed a personalised Lady Gaga Cadbury's chocolate bar which the star had signed and added the message "The Beckhams, Merry Christmas!"

The Beckhams then watched the concert which had a line-up featuring Jessie J, Little Mix, Jason Derulo, Dizzee Rascal and headlined by Gaga.

Former Spice Girl Victoria has long been an admirer of Gaga, 27, and recently praised her eye-catching style choices.

She said: "I think she is obviously incredibly, very, very talented. "She writes all of her songs, she can really sing. She is a phenomenon. I have a lot of respect that she can walk in those shoes going through airports.

"I mean, goodness, people think I dress up to go to an airport! I think she's really doing her thing. That's her."

Topics:  cadbury celebrity chocolate david beckham jessie j little mix victoria beckham

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