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3 December 2012, 15:30
The 'Marry The Night' singer took time out to raise awareness at local school in Johannesburg.
Lady Gaga dressed up over the weekend to meet some of her biggest fans at a South African primary school in Johannesburg.
The 'Judas' singer arrived in South Africa at the end of last week ready for the next leg of her 'Born This Way Ball' world tour, and headed out to the school on Saturday afternoon (1st December) to meet some of the school's pupils during a break from tour preparations.
Gaga opted for a demure collared white dress and neck scarf for her outing, backed by several members of her team, while wearing her platinum blonde hair down and adopting heavy red lipstick and false eyelashes.
"Johannesburg was so wonderful, I can't really put it into words," Gaga tweeted on Saturday after her day out. "I'm so happy, I haven't slept yet. Laying in bed dreaming of the next tour."
Check out a picture of Lady Gaga meeting fans in Africa below (Credit: Rex Features):
Gaga also told fans to get ready for her show at the Capetown Stadium tonight (3rd December), as she prepares to wrap the 2012 leg of her tour.
She tweeted: "CAPETOWN I slept the ENTIRE day to energise & get my head in the game for tonight, I can't wait for the show! See u in a few! #start drinking."
Lady Gaga continues her 'Born This Way Ball' tour tonight in Capetown and brings the tour to North America in early 2013.