On Saturday July 16, American singer and recording artist Lady Gaga visited the Casa Hogar home for boys in Cabo San Lucas and sang a stripped down emotional rendition of “Born This Way” for the children living there.
The Cheek to Cheek artist performed an a cappella version of the hit single (from her 2011 album of the same name) while spending the day at the Mexican orphanage — an organization that strives to, “offer a special and happy boys home set in a camp like environment providing physical and emotional care.”
Gaga also shared a photo on Instagram Monday of herself wearing a backpack that the kids there gave her. “Already miss the boys at Casa.
Hogar,” she captioned the post. “Wore my shwag out on the town. mis amores.”
Alongside her music career, Gaga has contributed to various charities. For natural disasters, Gaga has helped various relief efforts.
Although declining an invitation to appear on the single “We Are the World 25” to benefit victims of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, she donated the proceeds of her concert of January 24, 2010, at New York’s Radio City Music Hall to the country’s reconstruction relief fund.
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