"Everyone keeps asking me what I want for my birthday! #honestly All I want is a drama free day of fun with my friends & family!!!!"
The tweet of Kelly Osbourne, just hours before unleashing a tirade of abuse on popstar Lady Gaga.
After Gaga settled her differences with Sharon Osbourne on Saturday night at London club G-A-Y, the pair exchanged pleasantries and hugs on 'The X Factor' Sunday night show.
After finding out it was Kelly Osbourne's birthday on the Sunday afternoon, Gaga decided that it was time to make a peace offering to mini-Osbourne, and so got her a birthday cake.
She (privately) gave this cake to Sharon in the hopes she'd deliver it to her daughter, and that it would be received as an olive branch. Bad mistake, it'd seem.
"Not to be ungrateful but why would you send me a birthday cake via my MOTHER in a country half the would away? #JustSendItToME #LoveNotWar" tweeted Kelly, making the matter a public one - the very reason her and her mother had been angry at Gaga in the first place.
She went on to tweet further abuse to the popstar, telling her to eat her s**t and hashtagging #StefaniStopIt.
Gaga tried to explain herself to Kelly, tweeting a picture of herself alongside Sharon and the cake, but Kelly was having none of it, and faced a wave of abuse from some of the star's fans.
"Monsters, please just focus on the positive of tonight's performance and do not send any hateful messages. I don't support it. #SpreadLove" tweeted Gaga, at which point other fans started to trend #HappyBdayKellyFromLittleMonsters on the social media site.
That didn't stop Kelly. "You are so far behind you think you are first!", "I like desert, but i prefer the truth… it's sweeter" and "'Let them eat cake' #MarieAntoinette" were just some of the tweets that followed those prior, and it would seem that in wanting a birthday free of drama, Kelly created one of the most dramatic social media meltdowns we've seen in a while.
'Venus' and 'Do What U Want' - Gaga's latest releases - are available now on iTunes.