Lady Gaga Meets With WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange After Harrods Store Appearance

9 October 2012, 12:11 | Updated: 9 October 2012, 15:10

The 'You & I' singer is said to have dined with the organisation's founder at the Ecuadorian Embassy.

Lady Gaga has shared a picture of herself meeting WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange this week, fresh from her appearance at the Harrods department store in London to promote new fragrance Fame.

The 'Born This Way' singer reportedly joined Assange at the Ecuadorian Embassy for several hours on Sunday evening (7th October), after being invited by US label mate M.I.A. on Twitter.

""@ladygaga if ur at Harrods today, come visit Assange at the Ecuador embassy across the st. I'm there. I'll bring Tea and CAKE," M.I.A tweeted to the 'Marry The Night' star.

Lady Gaga appeared to have accepted the 'Bad Girls' rapper's offer as she later posted a picture on her social networking site of her and Assange together after her Harrods promotional appearance.

Gaga is seen wearing an all-black dress along with a glittery black jacket and large black brimmed hat, while Assange is in a simple white t-shirt. 

View a picture of Lady Gaga with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange (Credit:

The two were believed to have had dinner together at the embassy, where Assange is being forced to star during his battle against extradition to the US and Sweden.

Over the weekend Lady Gaga was filmed being sick during her 'Born This Way Ball' show in Barcelona, and later tweeted fans to say she had "cried a little" watching the video back

"Was praying nobody saw it but actually its quite a good laugh if u need one," she posted, before later adding: "I still hit my routine mom!! :) Thank goodness for the Dorchester… I need some tea, I think I just cried a little watching that."

The 'You & I' singer's record label boss spoke out about her new album 'ARTPOP' this week and promised fans work on the record is going "really great".

Lady Gaga will take a short break from her world tour before it resumes with dates across South America later this month.