Lady Gaga + More Attend BBC Children in Need Event
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Many of music’s hottest stars traveled over the pond on Thursday (Nov. 17) to help disadvantaged kids at the BBC Children in Need Rocks Manchester event. Superstars Lady Gaga, Kelly Rowland, Jessie J, Michael Buble and Coldplay were among those in attendance, in addition to the organization’s bright yellow mascot, Pudsey Bear, who kindly posed for photos with pop’s greatest.
While there, Gaga delivered a killer performance of two of her hits, ‘Marry the Night’ and ‘Born This Way’ to further assist the charity, pumping up the crowd by telling them, “c’mon, let’s raise some money,” and “put your hands up for all of the children.”
The organization, which has raised well over $500 million since its inception in 1980, holds annual fundraisers to bring light to young people who are less fortunate. Pudsey Bear has been a representative of the campaign since 1986, when he was changed from a brown bear to a friendlier yellow one with a patch over his eye.
Watch Lady Gaga Perform ‘Born This Way’ at the BBC Children in Need Event
Watch Lady Gaga Perform ‘Marry the Night’ at the BBC Children in Need Event