Lady Gaga Makes Surprise Appearance And Performs At Hurricane Relief Event
Lady Gaga is giving people a million reasons to love her.
The 31-year-old pop star gave a surprise performance at the Hurricane Relief event on Saturday, Oct. 21.
The One America Appeal took place at Texas A & M University and was organized to benefit hurricane victims in Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico.
Lady Gaga’s performance came as a surprise to the audience. Gaga took the stage wearing an all white suit, and sang three ballads at the piano.
Her 20-minute set consisted of three songs, “Million Reasons,” “You and I,” and “The Edge of Glory.”
What made the event so historic and monumental was the fact that all five former living United States presidents were in attendance: Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter.
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Lady Gaga, along with her performances, took the time to talk with the audience about her foundation, The Born This Way Foundation, and all the work they are doing for the children affected by these natural disasters.
This event was something close to Gaga’s heart, as she recently announced she was donating $1 million to Hurricane victims.
Thank you Gaga for using your celebrity platform to do such amazing things!