Lady Gaga And Cyndi Lauper Promote HIV Awareness For Women On ‘GMA’

Robbie Daw | February 10, 2010 8:42 am

Last week we caught our first glimpse of the new MAC Viva Glam print ad featuring Lady Gaga and Cyndi Lauper. Now the pair are bringing HIV awareness for women to morning TV audiences. The fashion icons hit up Good Morning America today, where Gaga said of Cyndi, “It’s very easy for us to work together. We have a lot in common.” Later on she even made Lauper cry. Awww.

Watch the New York pop divas on GMA after the jump.

“I’m sitting next to a woman I’ve admired my entire life, who’s legendary as a fashion icon and as an artist who really, really changed music for women,” Gaga said, as Cyndi teared up. “We’re speaking to you about a cause that affects women all over the world. I never knew that I would be allowed to have the responsibility that I have today.”

Lauper, a longstanding AIDS activist, said that every dollar made from the sale of the Viva Glam lipstick goes to the MAC AIDS Fund, which supports community organizations providing direct services to people living with the disease.

Meanwhile, Women’s Wear Daily just published a photo timeline of the many looks of Cyndi Lauper and Lady Gaga—and between the two of them, that’s been a whole lot of trips to the makeup counter.

[Via Towleroad]