Lady Gaga is not only one of the biggest pop stars in the world, she is also a philanthropist who uses her fame to elicit change and bring awareness for important issues.
This week, you may have noticed that a photo of the singer alongside five former presidents of the United States has been circulating the web, and there's a very good reason why.
The singer was one of the performers at the "Deep From the Heart" charity concert that was held at Texas A&M University on October 21 in the name of hurricane relief. Since ex-presidents George H.W Bush, Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama were the brains behind One America Appeal, a campaign launched in September for hurricane relief, they were also present at the fundraiser.
In true Gaga fashion, the entertainer surprised fans by performing three songs before announcing that she would also be using funds from her Born This Way Foundation to help the victims who have experiences mental and emotional trauma.
The concert was broadcasted online and together they raised over $2.6 million to benefit the Houston Harvey Relief Fund, Florida Disaster Fund, Junto y Unidos Por Puerto Rico and The Fund for the Virgin Islands.
The night went without a hitch, but two days later George Bush took to Twitter to express something he wished he had done differently. Barack Obama also got in on the action and things got very interesting.