Back in October, Lady GaGa traveled to India in support of her LP, ‘Born This Way‘, engaging in a number of promotional stints in the country.
Dishing on the project to a number of outlets, the star revealed that she had spent time at a Delhi orphanage, meeting children affected by HIV.
Today, snaps and details from that trip emerged online.
Full story below…
India Today reports:
It all happened on a Saturday afternoon, when she could have been sightseeing in the Capital.
Instead, Lady Gaga minus her pancake makeup and clad in jeans and a T-shirt, chose to spend two hours with HIV-positive children in the only orphanage of its kind in the country.
This zero-publicity, no cameras and minimal- security trip took place without any fuss. Lady Gaga charmed the founder of the orphanage, Anjali Gopalan, by calling up herself to discuss the visit beforehand and then walked in carrying the food she had brought for everyone – pasta, cookies, soups, peanut butter, bread and lots more – straight into the dining area.
It was utterly refreshing and surprising,” Gopalan said. “Hardly anyone of her stature has done that before.” The surprises didn’t end there.
She refused to sit on the chair reserved for her and sat on the floor surrounded by the kids. Most of the older kids were well prepared for her visit as they had spent several hours on Google researching her.