Clerence Clemons, Lady Gaga

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It's the Little Monsters to the rescue!

Lady Gaga is directing her legions of eccentric followers to send get-well videos to Clarence Clemons, the saxophonist for Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band who suffered a stroke on Sunday at his home in Florida.

Clemons had better prepare for an influx of well wishes, because what Gaga says, the Monsters do.

The singer took to Twitter earlier today to send the message to her fans about Clemons.

"Little monsters, my very close friend +musician on The Edge of Glory, Clarence Clemons is very sick. Can we all make some get well videos?" she tweeted.

We're sure the monsters are already filming away.

Although it seems like an odd pairing, Clemons and Gaga became pals while he worked with her on her new album, Born This Way, including her new single, "Edge of Glory."

The duo also performed together on the season finale of American Idol.

The 69-year-old Clemons was scheduled to play the national anthem at the NBA Finals last week, but was forced to cancel last minute due to a hand injury.

He last performed with the E Street Band in December in Asbury Park, N.J.

We wish Clemons a speedy recovery. Now get to work, Monsters!

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