Lady Gaga Sends Love to Little Monsters on 10th Anniversary of 'Just Dance'

<a href="/music/lady-gaga">Lady Gaga</a> celebrated the 10-year anniversary of her breakout hit, "Just Dance," exactly how you'd expect from a grateful Mother Monster -- by thanking her devoted fans for their loyalty.

"I can't believe it's been ten years since the release of Just Dance," she tweeted on Sunday (April 8). "It's very emotional and I am so grateful to little monsters for sticking by me all these years. Cheers to many more, filled with love & bravery to be yourself. I love you so so much."

The lead single from Gaga's debut studio album, The Fame, "Just Dance" was co-written with <a href="/music/Akon">Akon</a> and producer <a href="/music/RedOne">RedOne</a>, and features vocals from <a href="/music/Colby-ODonis">Colby O'Donis</a>.

Months after its release, the sleeper hit finally topped the Billboard Hot 100 in January 2009, spending three weeks at No. 1. 

Gaga, who recently <a href="/articles/columns/pop/8266536/lady-gaga-birthday-throwback-photo">celebrated her 32nd birthday</a>, covers <a href="/music/Elton-John">Elton John</a>'s 1970 hit <a href="/articles/columns/pop/8274559/lady-gaga-elton-john-your-song-cover">"Your Song"</a> on his upcoming Revamp tribute album.

The singer added another tribute to her Monsters late Sunday night, expressing eternal devotion to her Monsters again and hope for the next 10 years. "I love you little monsters 4eva," she wrote. "The last decades been a blast I will never forget. I can't wait for the next. If you don't have any shadows you're not standing in the light."