She raised more than half a million dollars for those affected by the devastating earthquake in Haiti by donating one day’s worth of merchandise and concert ticket sales.
But this time, Lady Gaga is urging her fans to dig deep to raise money for the victims of the Japanese tsunami.
In light of yesterday’s catastrophic events, the singer has designed a special charity bracelet and has asked her fans to spend just $5 on the white rubber prayer band.
A post on her website and Twitter page today said all proceeds from the band – which will be available from March 25 – will go to the Japan tsunami relief fund.
The bracelet has ‘We Pray For Japan’ written in both English and Japanese as well as an image of her ‘monster claw’, a symbol her fans use to show their love for the singer.
Gaga is a huge fan of the country and is inspired by its art and fashion and her stylist Nicola Formichetti is half-Japanese.
Although she is the only celebrity to instigate a way of raising money for the victims so far, many have been taking to their Twitter pages to offer their thoughts and condolences.
Justin Bieber wrote: ‘Japan is one of my favorite places on earth…it’s an incredible culture with amazing people. My prayers go out to them. We all need to help.’
Kim Kardashian put: ‘Seeing all of this footage in Japan is devastating! Please help the people of Japan by texting REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation.’
And Glee’s Lea Michele added: ‘ So devastating to hear about the huge earthquake & tsunami Japan. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone there.’