While Lady Gaga's 'little monsters' are a dedicated bunch they may never match the devotion of an empassioned Beatles fan.
John Lennon's son, Sean, only had to let Lady Gag play his dad's piano and Beatles fans were in uproar that the current pop sensation would be allowed near such a relic.
Sean had tweeted this photo of the fishnet-clad Gaga seated at the white grand piano and had to remove the pic in response to the criticism.
Sean then said: "Pianos are meant to be played. Why is everyone so uptight? What should we do, lock it away in a dusty room? So judgemental..."
When the criticism continued, he added: "come on, lighten up...life's too short, there're enough real problems in the world... Firstly, he gave that piano to my mother for her birthday, it is her's, secondly, he was not uptight the way you seem to be."
Besides, Gaga is also an accomplished pianist. She was a child prodigy on the instrument, playing from age four and writing her first piano ballad at the age of 13.
Considering there was also controversy around The Beatles "pop" songs some 50 years ago, do you think fans of the legendary band should be more understanding?