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Lady Gaga's Born This Way Foundation Going Mobile

'Born Brave' bus to accompany next leg of singer's tour

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December 20, 2012 1:10 PM ET

Lady Gaga's upcoming tour dates will be accompanied by a bus offering information about anti-bullying and suicide prevention services, The Associated Press reports. The Born This Way Bus Tour, which will tailgate before each performance, is a mobile extension of Gaga's Born This Way Foundation.

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Each stop on the tour will allow 13- to 25-year-olds to learn about mental health resources nearby, and even non-Little Monsters are welcome – hopping on the "Born Brave" bus does not require a concert ticket.

With services offered by LGBTQ-friendly organizations such as the Trevor Project and Campus Pride, the bus outing will kick off next month alongside the next leg of Lady Gaga's Born This Way Ball Tour.

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