Gaga Greets Fans In Wheelchair: 'I Miss You Guys So Much'
CB! has exclusive details from fans who saw a wheelchair-bound Lady Gaga in New York City on Tuesday.
A wheelchair-bound Lady Gaga took a moment to greet fans in New York City on Tuesday as she continues to recover from hip surgery.
Video footage of the sighting was subsequently posted online, and shows the Poker Face hitmaker in upbeat spirits as she made her way home.
"I miss you guys so much," Gaga, who was sitting in her now-famous 24-karat gold chair chair, told her adoring Little Monsters. "I just wanted to come out and say hi."
Gaga underwent surgery in February after revealing she was battling chronic pain from a show injury. The surgery ultimately forced Gaga to cancel the remaining leg of her uber-popular Born This Way Ball tour.
Naturally, Gaga's radio silence has fans itching to see her get better so she can wrap up her much-anticipated ARTPOP, the follow-up to her best-selling CD Born This Way.
Gaga, though, remains focused on getting better.
"I have to learn to walk first," she quipped to fans as she was lifted into a vehicle.
One of the fans who captured the Gaga sighting spoke to Celebuzz on Thursday.
"There was no paparazzi, which is why she came out and stopped for us, she just wanted a little bit of that fan love we bring that she hasn't had due to her surgery," the fan said.
"She was very, very excited to see us. She wanted hugs and told us that she loves us and that she missed us so much," the fan -- who waited six days (!) to see Gaga -- added.
"She told us not to wait any longer because she was going to rest up elsewhere."