Lady Gaga “Share Kindness” Campaign Interview On “Today” Show – WATCH!
Lady Gaga opened up about partnering with the “Today” show for the “#ShareKindness” campaign in an interview broadcast on Monday. Watch below!
As Gossip Cop reported, Gaga met with homeless LGBT youth at the Ali Forney Center on the day after Thanksgiving. As it turns out, the superstar actually invited an NBC camera crew along to document the experience. “Kindness, to me, is an act of love or a showing of love to someone else,” Gaga says in the segment.
“I also believe that kindness is the cure to violence and hatred around the world,” she continues. Understandably, those at the center were quite surprised by Gaga’s arrival, and she came bearing gifts, too. She’s seen telling one person, “I’m here for you.”
Gaga further explains to the camera, “I like to share kindness in a lot of different ways. I love to give things to people who have nothing or less than me… My own trauma in my own life has helped me understand the trauma of others.” In fact, she goes on to reveal she suffers from PTSD.
The “#ShareKindness” campaign seeks to achieve one million acts of kindness during the month of December. To help reaching that accomplishment, Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation has set up the “Share Kindness Experience” at 30 Rock, where the public can come make contributions. Check out the video below!