The singer teamed up with Team Rubicon to do demolition work at a home with water damage and mold remediation.
"Before the Joanne World Tour Houston, tonight me and BTW (Born This Way) Foundation teamed up with Team Rubicon to do some demolition due to water damage and mold remediation in Pamela's house from Hurricane Harvey," she tweeted. "We want to help make #HoustonStrong. And we love Pamela!"
Recovering - physically, mentally, emotionally- from natural disasters takes time + the work isn’t over yet. Thanks @TeamRubicon for inviting our co-founder @ladygaga to volunteer today in #Houston! Donate now to help these awesome vets do more: https://t.co/CmSfW6pmhj pic.twitter.com/tFwJl2EGnK— Born This Way (@BTWFoundation) December 4, 2017
Before the #JoanneWorldTourHouston tonight me and @btwfoundation teamed up with @teamrubicon to do some demolition due to water damage and mold remediation in Pamela’s house from Hurricane Harvey. We want to help make #HoustonStrong. And we love Pamela! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/yWhfkrCPn4— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) December 4, 2017
Team Rubicon, according to its Twitter page, "unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams."
Fans headed to the Toyota Center were also encouraged to donate money to help in relief efforts.
Lady Gaga is no stranger to Houston, with her Super Bowl 51 halftime performance at NRG Stadium becoming the most watched in history.
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