Lady Gaga's performance at this year's Super Bowl may have stolen the show, and she'll be reaching audiences in a whole new way in her upcoming commercial. The singer has partnered with Staples to raise money for schools all across the U.S., and the company will donate $2 million to the Born This Way Foundation and DonorsChoose.org, which will aid educators in getting the supplies they need.
As part of this PSA, the singer surprised students at Walter Reed Middle School by showing up in class as their substitute teacher for the day, talking to the kids about their futures. Check out the video below:
According to Adweek, the commercial was completely unscripted as Gaga advised the children to "love themselves fearlessly," telling them:
"I want you to draw what is your future and what does it look like."
In addition to the commercial, Staples is also the sponsor of Gaga's upcoming Joanne Tour, and as a result, will give a lucky winner a $50,000 scholarship and a free trip to see the "Poker Face" singer live in Las Vegas.
Gaga is without a doubt the biggest pop star in the world. In addition to her music, the singer has been making a name for herself as an actress after delivering a award wining performance in American Horror Story: Hotel.
The actress returned to American Horror Story for last year's Roanoke season, in which she played the dramatized version of Scathach, the witch of the wood.
Gaga's Staple's commercial will broadcast nationwide during back-to-school season. To donate, visit StaplesForStudents.org.
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