A cup of Lady Gaga auctioned for 57,000 euros (75,137.50 dollars)

http://estaticos.elperiodico.com/resources/jpg/2/3/1336381634032.jpgThe life and achievements should be drunk in small sips and small cup. That's what must have thought the singer Lady Gaga to drink from a cup in Japan, during a press conference in June last year. Today has been auctioned and the proceeds will go to an organization for victims of the tsunami that hit northeastern Japan in March 2011.

As reported today NHK Nippon chain, a cup of tea signed and marked with lipstick from the lips of the New York singer Lady Gaga and an inscription in Japanese "pray for Japan" has been auctioned online 75,137.50 worth dollars, about 57,776 euros, in a charity campaign for victims of the tsunami of March 11, 2011 in Japan.

The cup that you used the "Mother Monster" in a press conference he gave in Japan to present some initiatives from aid to the victims of the tsunami, was released on 29 April for $ 0.01 and in just seven days has passed $ 75,000. The money raised will be donated to an organization founded by the Government and various U.S. companies and detinará different scholarships for Japanese students to study in America, according to detailing the Nippon TV network.

http://www.rpp.com.pe/cache/q_85_g_8_c_n_p__picnewsa_870699.jpgLady Gaga has collaborated with various activities to raise funds for this reason. So last June, the singer used his visit to Japan to participate in a charity gala and design, along with other celebrities such as Nicole Kidman, Gwyneth Paltrow and Orlando Bloom, a special line of shirts with the name "Save Japan!", to raise funds for the Red Cross Nippon. 

In addition, the pop diva took the time to promote a supportive wrist which won 240 million yen (2.3 million), fully intended to rebuild the devastated areas and victims of the tsunami. 

Lady Gaga is in Hong Kong as part of her "Born This Way Ball Tour" that will take her to Japan between 10 and 13 May, as well as visit other Asian cities such as Taiwan, Bangkok or Singapore. 

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