Saturday, June 24th, 2017

Lady Gaga needs your help. She is giving away one million dollars and she wants her fans to decide where it should go. Lady Gaga has chosen five charities and her monster fans get to vote. Just go to Lady Gaga’s Facebook page and you will find the charity options there with a brief description of each.

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Lady Gaga is the first major celebrity to confirm her participation in MTV Japan’s Video Music Aid Japan show. The show will replace the annual Video Music Awards. Proceeds from the charity show will go to the Japan Red Cross to help in Japan’s recovery.

The charity show will be held on June 25th in Mkahari Meese which in near Tokyo. It will be broadcast to 550 million homes and it is hoped that millions of dollars in will be raised from the charity production.

Lady Gaga is a ‘charity superstar’…

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People continue to witness the aftermath of the Japan earthquake and tsunami, and are moved to make charitable donations. Celebrities are often best placed to do so, and Lady Gaga makes the effort again and again.

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The Japanese relief effort got a huge boost today, as the music industry continued to step up in a big way to donate to Japan.

A total of 32 artists have come together to contribute songs for the charity album “Song for Japan’ which is available on iTunes. All funds raised with go as charitable donations to the Japanese Red Cross. The music companies: EMI Music, Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music Group and Warner Music Group have waived royalties to increase the charitable donations to Japan.

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Lady Gaga tweeted that in the past 48 hours, her monsters have raised a quarter of a million dollars for Japan relief. That’s amazing!!

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From her Japan Prayer Bracelet to her VIP tickets and packages, Lady Gaga is truly a celebrity charity Superstar. We’ve chronicled her celebrity charity work from her ‘Japan donations’ to her fundraising performances of 2010. No wonder she was chosen by DoSomething.org as the top celebrity in the Top 20 Celebs Gone Good chart.

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Lady Gaga has started the celebrity ball rolling with her creation of a Japan prayer bracelet that she is selling – with all funds going to Tsunami Relief in Japan.

But there is no indication that she is donating money herself..

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