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16 January 2013, 09:59
The 'You & I' singer is said to be keen to invest in the late singer's famous Californian fairground ranch.
Lady Gaga is reportedly looking to invest in Michael Jackson's famous ranch Neverland in an effort to "restore" the property to its former glory.
The 'Marry The Night' singer, who is a self-confessed fan of the late music star, is allegedly keen to help the 'Thriller' singer's children keep hold of the iconic property by investing.
"Lady Gaga is obsessed with Michael," a source told The Sun this week. "She's become good friends with his sister LaToya and would love more than anything else to restore Neverland to its original state.
"His kids are all desperate to hold on to their childhood home so they can decide what they want to do with it properly when they've grown up," the source explained, referring to Michael's three children Prince Michael, Paris and Prince Michael II. "Gaga would love to help with the financial costs by buying a share."
Back in December last year it was revealed Gaga had also purchased 55 pieces of Michael Jackson related memorabilia at auction for her private collection.
Check out a picture Lady Gaga shared on Twitter with her fans last week below (Credit: Twitter):
Michael Jackson's 3000 acre Neverland ranch was bought by the pop star back in 1988, but after his estate fell into financial trouble in 2008 the investment group Sycamore Valley Ranch Company bought into the property, although Michael's children still own shares.
Lady Gaga is currently taking her 'Born This Way Ball' world tour across North America, after launching the latest leg in Tacoma on Monday (14th january), and is set to perform across states including Oregon, California and Arizona over the coming weeks.