Lady Gaga is in California helping to lift the spirits of those affected by the California wildfires.
Gaga, who also had to flee her home, spoke to evacuees at a Red Cross shelter and told the crowd, “I extend my love…I know we don’t know each other, but I love you. This is an emergency, but you are not alone.” It’s said that Gaga spent about 90 minutes at the shelter, and encouraged people there to seek out the mental health counselors to deal with what they’re going through.
How important are mental health counselors when you’re going through something traumatic?
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Lady Gaga Volunteers at Red Cross Shelter, 'Let's Keep the Faith' https://t.co/cVmtE2Sacj— TMZ (@TMZ) November 12, 2018
The @RedCross was honored by @ladygaga’s visit to our shelter in Pacific Palisades yesterday. Her visit and her message about the work of our disaster mental health team brings hope and comfort to everyone affected by this disaster. #WoolseyFire. https://t.co/EG2ua26XQX pic.twitter.com/P3n6nilGqs— Red Cross Los Angeles (@RedCrossLA) November 12, 2018