‘Take me with you!’ X Factor’s Kitty Brucknell begs four fanatical Lady Gaga fans camping at Manchester Arena

By Sam Taylor

Four fanatical Lady Gaga fans are camping outside Manchester Arena in a bid to be the first in line to see their idol perform on Tuesday.

Cat Lowe from Macclesfield is camping with her new friends Ciaran Walker from Halifax, Junior Maxwell from Manchester and Tiffany who has come all the way from America for the concert which is part of Lady Gaga’s international Born This Way Ball.

The four have also been contacted by former X Factor contestant Kitty Brucknell, begging them to take her with them if one of them wins.

Miss Lowe said they are all ‘very excited’ about the prospect of winning Lady Gaga’s competition, in which she promised a prize to the first in line to her Manchester show.

“I love everything about her,” Miss Lowe said. “On top of the music I like her personality and her message – be yourself and love who you are.”

She added that the friends met in Manchester and decorated their tent to show their appreciation of the singer.  

They hope to win the concert’s special prize, which allows the first person who enters the arena to go backstage and meet Lady Gaga.

Kitty Brucknell contacted the group on Twitter begging them to take her with them if one of them wins the prize.

Kitty famously took inspiration from Lady Gaga throughout her time on the X Factor last year and had hoped to camp outside the arena for two weeks but missed out due to work commitments.

Lady Gaga last performed in Manchester for the 2011 ‘Children-In-Need Rocks Manchester’ concert organised by Gary Barlow which raised over £2.5 million for the charity.  

The concert on Tuesday starts at 19:30.

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