Lady Gaga surprised homeless LGBT youths with Christmas cake at the Albert Kennedy Trust in London on Wednesday (07.12.16).
The 30-year-old pop superstar, who was invited by her close friend Sir Elton John through his AIDS Foundation to visit the youngsters, spent the day listening to their life stories and how much they have benefited from the work of the charity.
The 'Million Reasons' hitmaker left inspired and said they are all worthy of having a "shot at life".
She explained on Facebook: "I went to the inspiring Albert Kennedy Trust in London to meet some homeless and suffering LGBT youth and #ShareKindness on behalf of the Born This Way Foundation They are so sweet, talented, and ambitious. But the holidays are very different for them so we brought some gifts and bonded, sharing our life stories and I did some research on what they really need to survive. They need positive words and donations to keep LGBT homeless children who were abandoned off the streets and out of shelters that are dangerous. They are normal good kids, I hung out with them all day. They deserve a real shot at life."
Gaga also hoped to inspire the LGBT youths by leaving them an empowering message.
She wrote on the wall of the foundation: "If you want to heal, you have to feel. Restore your dignity, reclaim your power."
Tim Sigsworth MBE, the Chief Executive at Albert Kennedy Trust, said the young people will remember Gaga's visit forever more and gushed about how "proud" they are to have her as an ambassador.
He said: "What an incredible day for The Albert Kennedy Trust, it's young people and staff team. To have her support is incredibly important.
"The young people really did get so much out of it, she spoke to each of them individually and spent time really hearing them out.
"She truly is a beautiful person: authentic, insightful, emphatic. Our young people will remember today for the rest of their lives. We're proud to have Lady Gaga on board at AKT as an Ambassador and Patron. I'd like to thank everyone at The Elton John AIDS Foundation too, for helping to make today possible."