Lady Gaga attends Obama fundraiser
Pop singer Lady Gaga was among the guests at a Silicon Valley fundraiser for President Barack Obama.
The intimate gathering was held under a tent in the yard of Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg.
Gaga wore a black, sleeveless gown and high heels, and with her hair piled up she towered over the Silicon Valley elites who were paying up to 35,800 US dollars (£23,000) per couple to attend.
Gaga attended as a paying guest. She said last week that she wanted to meet with Mr Obama to discuss her concerns about bullying, but it was not clear whether the two would have that discussion.
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