Lady Gaga designs charity bracelet to benefit Japanese tsunami victims
London: Pop star Lady Gaga has designed a special charity bracelet to raise funds for Japanese earthquake and tsunami victims.
The ‘Born This Way’ singer, 24, has asked her fans to spend just 5 dollars (3 pounds) on the white rubber prayer band, reports the Daily Mail.
A post on her website and Twitter page said all proceeds from the band - which will be available from March 25 - will go to the Japan tsunami relief fund.
The bracelet has ``We Pray For Japan`` written in both English and Japanese as well as an image of her ``monster claw``, a symbol her fans use to show their love for the singer.
Gaga is a huge fan of the country and is inspired by its art and fashion and her stylist Nicola Formichetti is half-Japanese.