Lady Gaga Pens a Meaningful Message as She Celebrates Thanksgiving
Award-winning singer Lady Gaga penned a heartwarming Thanksgiving message, pouring her heart out to those who have gone through a difficult year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lady Gaga took to Twitter on Thursday to post a touching message to people hit hard by COVID-19 as she celebrated Thanksgiving. In the tweet, the singer wrote:
"Praying for everyone this thanksgiving whose [sic] had a very hard year, maybe having trouble putting food on the table…"
Lady Gaga attends the 2016 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on February 28, 2016. | Photo: Getty Images
Lady Gaga also reached out to those trying to stay safe wherever they are, those away from their families, and those whose loved ones are in the hospital. She concluded by saying:
"I'm grateful for people."
Many of Lady Gaga's fans felt grateful for her message and reacted to it. One fan wished her a happy Thanksgiving and sent love to her and her family.
A second fan expressed her love for the "Rain On Me" singer, saying she was grateful to have her in her life, while a third fan thanked her for the message, saying people needed the positivity.
Lady Gaga's role in the action thriller is still unknown, but she will take a different acting genre.
Lady Gaga's Thanksgiving message came only two days after the "Bad Romance" singer was nominated in two categories of the 2021 Grammy Awards.
Her album, Chromatica, was nominated for the Best Pop Vocal Album, while her song, "Rain On Me," featuring Ariana Grande, was nominated for the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.
While Lady Gaga continues to be a shining star with her music, she is also making waves in the movie industry. In 2018, she starred in the movie "A Star Is Born" alongside Bradley Cooper. She also starred in the film "American Horror Story: Hotel."
The 34-year-old is set to follow those starring performances with yet another movie role, this time alongside Brad Pitt in the action thriller "Bullet Train." No deal has been confirmed yet on the film, with talks still in their early stages.
The film tells the story of five assassins who find themselves on a train under strange circumstances. Lady Gaga's role in the action thriller is still unknown, but she will most likely take a different role from her previous award-winning performances.
Lady Gaga's musical talent and movie roles have earned her so much fame and wealth, and she ensures she uses her platform to impact others' lives positively.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, she raised about $35 million for the World Health Organization, WHO, and COVID-19 relief. Lady Gaga raised the staggering sum in April with her virtual gig, which featured Billie Eilish, Chris Martin, and a host of other star performers.
Lady Gaga also has a foundation, "Born This Way Foundation," which was formed in 2012 and focuses on young people's mental health. The singer believes kindness heals the world, heals people, brings them together, and keeps them healthy.