23 June 2011

Lady Gaga to auction lip print for Japan quake victims (Stars news)

Lady Gaga who has arrived in quake-hit Japan to perform at the MTV Video Music Aid Japan (VMAJ) charity gig promised to set for auction a coffee cup with a message in Japanese "Pray for Japan" and traces of her lip print.

Lady Gaga has so far donated $3 million for people in the disaster zones, including revenues from selling the wristband and personal contributions, Kyodo news agency reported.

"The most important thing, and the best thing, we could do for Japan right now is to boost tourism, and so everyone come to Japan and come enjoy the beautiful country," the singer said.

"I would like to use my position here today and all week long to run around Tokyo and enjoy the beautiful city, and kiss all the beautiful little monsters and scream at the top of my lungs that everyone should visit this beautiful place," she told a news conference in Tokyo.

Many performers and sportsmen have cancelled trips to Japan after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami that caused widespread destruction and set off a crisis at the Fukushima nuclear power plant about 140 miles (220 kilometres) north of Tokyo.

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