Lady Gaga had a pretty busy weekend. In addition to throwing a pair of concerts in Tampa (Friday) and Houston (Sunday) as part of her Joanne World Tour, the singer also lent a hand in the continuing cleaning efforts of Hurricane Harvey.
The last time Gaga was in the city of Houston, she was "jumping off" the roof of NRG Stadium into what was an impressive Super Bowl halftime show performance. This time around she sported a white bodysuit, meant for cleaning, rather than dancing, as she joined forces with Team Rubicon in helping with the demolition of a house damaged by Harvey back in August. The mold-infested home is owned by a Houston resident by the name of Pamela, who was also present in Sunday’s efforts, as seen in an image shared on Gaga’s Twitter account. A video posted on the Born This Way Foundation's Twitter shows Gaga smashing through the walls in a glittery purple helmet.
The Joanne singer was also seen in the concourse of Tampa’s Amalie Arena on Friday encouraging fans in attendance to sign a voting rights petition to benefit wrongly-convicted or former inmates now integrating themselves back into society.
Gaga’s World Tour is set to continue throughout the end of the year, with six more concerts scheduled to take place in 2017 across Texas, Oklahoma City, Denver, Salt Lake City and Las Vegas before wrapping in Los Angeles on Dec. 16. Tickets to select shows on the remainder of her 2017 run are on sale now and can be purchased by clicking here.
Recovering - physically, mentally, emotionally- from natural disasters takes time + the work isn’t over yet. Thanks @TeamRubicon for inviting our co-founder @ladygaga to volunteer today in #Houston! Donate now to help these awesome vets do more: https://t.co/CmSfW6pmhj pic.twitter.com/tFwJl2EGnK— Born This Way (@BTWFoundation) December 4, 2017