Lady GaGa asked for her jacket back when audience members fought over it during a concert this week.

The 'Poker Face' hitmaker had tossed the neon garment into the crowd during her 'ArtRave: The ArtPop Ball' show in Antwerp, Belgium but was unhappy when two fans began fighting over the item of clothing in an attempt to take home a special memento of the gig.

She warned: ''Careful. Don't fight.''

Then, she sternly added: ''Hey, hey. Give it back.''

The audience gasped as they realised she was serious and the jacket was quickly returned.

Gaga handed the jacket to one of her dancers and told the crowd at the sold-out Sportpaleis venue: ''If you're going to fight, you don't get to keep it. Here we practice love.''

She then walked over to the fans who had been fighting, blew a kiss and said: ''And don't worry, I still love you.''

Gaga recently admitted she is overwhelmed by her success and the support of her fans, who she calls her Little Monsters.

She tweeted: ''Spent a lot of time crying today, happy tears, but many. I can't believe my life. Being able to buy nice things, travel, it's overwhelming.

''Some days it hits me so hard, reality, I can't express my gratitude enough to monsters+team for believing in me. U changed my families life. (sic)''

The 'Born This Way' hitmaker admitted she is feeling ''very humbled'' at the moment and has vowed to continue to keep paying her supporters back by producing plenty of music and performing gigs.

She wrote: ''I hope with my music, shows, and message I can share with you all these blessings though the beauty of art. Love, a very humbled Lady. (sic)''