Lady Gaga is making headlines again but this time she is not shocking the world with a meat dress or dishing about food TV. The songtress has launched a campaign to help fans deal with health and body image issues.
Her new project is called Body Revolution and can be found on her website Little Monsters. Lady Gaga kicked off the project by confessing to her teenage struggles with anorexia and bulimia and posting an un-retouched picture of herself wearing nothing but a bra and underwear.
Lady Gaga, who loves to eat and cook Italian food, is urging fans to strip down and follow her lead by posting their own pictures on her website. Thousands of fans have already done so.
Gaga's main goal? She wants Body Revolution to ''inspire bravery'' and ''breed compassion.''
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