Starbucks teams with Lady Gaga for 'Cups of Kindness'

Lady Gaga Partners With Starbucks to Advocate for Kindness

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Not a stranger to fanciful food stunts, Lady Gaga is teaming up with Starbucks in the name of fruit and in the name of a good cause. "Born This Way Foundation and I are so excited to partner with Starbucks to help inspire positivity and love through the Cups of Kindness collection". (The foundation is particularly important for LGBTQ youth and inexplicably tied to Gaga's Born This Way album.) Starting on June 13, Starbucks will give 25 cents of every Cups of Kindness drink it sells to the Born This Way Foundation.

The second iced drink's even more vibrant - and is the one Gaga says she "instantly fell in love with" the moment she tried it.

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Starbucks is contributing a minimum of US$250,000 to Gaga's foundation. It features four brightly-hued flavors (including two new menu items) which Lady Gaga selected herself. Included in Cups of Kindness collection in United States only. The new Matcha Lemonade will be a delicate mixture of ground Teavana matcha green tea and crisp lemonade. All four drinks in the collection are dairy-free. You heard Gaga - get to Starbucks! The company also revealed that a portion of the profits from two existing drinks (Pink Drink and Ombre Pink Drink) will be going toward the singer's Born This Way Foundation. This violet-pink beverage is flavoured with fresh blackberries and Starbucks' Very Berry Hibiscus Refreshers stirred together with coconut milk and ice.

The Born This Way Foundation supports programs that encourage youth wellness and empowerment by fostering kindness, improving mental health resources, and creating more positive environments, according to a press release.

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"Over the years we've admired the wonderful work that Lady Gaga has led through Born This Way Foundation", Holly Hinton, director of Starbucks' Music and Artist Programming, said in the press release.

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