Lady Gaga aiming for meeting with British Prime Minister
Mon, 13 Aug 2012 1:04p.m.
Lady Gaga is reportedly planning to fix a meeting with British Prime Minister David Cameron to discuss her charity plans.
The ‘Poker Face’ star launched her Born This Way Foundation earlier this year to empower youngsters and stop bullying, and she has already won the support of US President Barack Obama.
Gaga is now hoping to take her charity work to Britain and she hopes to schedule a meeting with the Prime Minister when she is in London next month, according to British newspaper The Mail on Sunday.
A source tells the publication, "Lady Gaga’s foundation works with Harvard University and Obama’s government. She hopes to discuss its objectives with the Prime Minister."
A spokesman for Cameron's Downing Street office says, :"If Lady Gaga gets in touch, we will respond."
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