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Lady Gaga Serenades Kids at Mexican Orphanage

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July 19, 2016
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Lady Gaga sings 'Born This Way' for foster children at Casa Hogar Mexico (Bharta)

The pop star has been enjoying down time with friends in Cabo San Lucas, but she decided to include a stop at Casa Hogar, a center which prepares underprivileged boys for adoption or to reunite with their families.

A post on the charity's official Facebook page shows photos of Gaga meeting with the youngsters, who are all holding book bags given to them by the singer.

The accompanying caption reads: "Thank to Lady Gaga, for the visit, for sharing real healthy dinner with our children and staff! She brought backpacks and books for each one of the boys - she is an incredibly beautiful and humble person."

Organizers at Casa Hogar also shared a video of Gaga singing an emotional a cappella version of her hit empowerment anthem Born This Way, as the boys in the orphanage surrounded her.

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Related: Cheeky Lady Gaga Shows Off Her Pert Posterior in a Skimpy Pink One-Piece While Hitting the Pool on Holiday in Mexico (Daily Mail)

  Check out Casa Hogar Childrens Shelter

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  Check out Casa Infantil Mojaneras

  Check out Corazon de Nina Shelter for Girls & Boys


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