Lady Gaga recruited her little monsters to help make a heartfelt, adorable, 13-minute long "Get Well" video for 'The Edge of Glory' saxophonist Clarence Clemons, who suffered a stroke over the weekend. Gaga initially tweeted well wishes and took it a step further with a call to action, resulting in this video!

Gaga opens the video, wearing a long, green wig with heart-shaped stickers (or hearts drawn) on her face. She says, "Hi Clarence. It's Gaga. I miss you so, so much. I am in Paris and I just sang 'Edge of Glory' on 'X Factor' and wish I was there with you."

After her emotional greeting, she says, "I wanted to put together this special gift of videos. Little monsters love you so so much and I love you so so much. Everything you've done for me and this album means the world to us. We wanted to wish you a 'get well soon' and a big hug, from the whole world, to you. We love you Clarence; get better."

From that point on, the monsters across the globe put their paws up and send their love to Clemons, also a member of the E Street Band with Bruce Springsteen, and wish him a quick, full recovery. There is strength in numbers and this video is a beautiful tribute, done in a way only Gaga can.

Clemons' condition is reportedly improving.

Watch the "Get Well Video" That Lady Gaga and Little Monsters Made For Clarence Clemons