Lady Gaga designs wristband to aid Japan relief effort

Singer raising funds for victims of earthquake and tsunami

Lady Gaga is selling wristbands to raise money to help those affected by the recent disasters in Japan.

The singer is selling the white ‘we pray for Japan’ bands at her online shop, Ladygaga.shop.bravadousa.com. They cost $5 (£3.10) each.

Gaga announced via her Twitter page, Twitter.com/ladygaga, that she designed the item herself and that all proceeds from sales of the bands would go to relief efforts in the country.

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“Little Monsters, show your support for Japan with this wristband,” she urged.

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