Queen of all that is good, Lady Gaga, stopped by Hollywood's Walter Reed Middle School to surprise students, ask them about their dreams and be their surreal substitute for the day.
The "Born This Way" singer has joined forces with Staples for the stunt as a way to raise money for school supplies. In the video she explains that when students don't have enough supplies, it's harder for them to achieve their goals.
The campaign shows students squealing with joy, and one girl even asking if she is the real Lady Gaga (she is). Mother Monster asks the pupils to draw their dreams, with some saying they want to be dancers and others stating the desire to be artists.
Gaga's interaction was recorded by Staples to help raise money to donate to both the Born This Way Foundation and DonorsChoose.org, two charities who donate school supplies to teachers. Staples is even offering a competition to win a $50,000 scholarship and tickets for Gaga's Joanne Tour through "Staples for Students."
The Joanne Tour kicks off August 1st in Vancouver at the Rogers Arena.
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