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LONDON (AP) - Ecuador's Embassy in London says WikiLeaks boss and would-be refugee Julian Assange has had a celebrity visitor: Lady Gaga.
On Monday the 26-year-old American superstar singer posted a photograph of herself standing next to the 41-year-old Australian to her littlemonsters.com website with the caption: “No headline.”
The embassy confirmed Lady Gaga’s visit Tuesday but gave few other details. An embassy visit would’ve been convenient: The singer, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta, was just down the street at Harrods department store to promote her new perfume, “Lady Gaga Fame.”
On Tuesday Germanotta was in Iceland, where she received a Lenon Ono Grant for Peace in Reykjavik.
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