Lady Gaga appointed by President Joe Biden to do THIS for the government

NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 28: Recording artist Lady Gaga attends the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards at Madison Square Garden on January 28, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)

As announced online, Lady Gaga has been appointed by US President Joe Biden to do something significant for the government; what is the pop star’s main role?

The singer, whose real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, is one of the co-chairs of the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities, along with Bruce Cohen.

They wrote on their official Twitter account:

“We look forward to partnering to positively impact the arts, libraries, museums, and humanities work across the country,”

Lady Gaga responded by retweeting the post with a quote and simply writing:

“Thank you @POTUS @PCAHgov.”

The PCAH was established in 1982, according to the White House’s official website, to “advise the President on cultural policy.”

The President selects the committee members, most prominent artists, philanthropists, and scholars dedicated to the arts and humanities.

Members include Jon Batiste, Constance M. Carroll, George Clooney, Philip J. Deloria, M. Angélica Garcia, Jennifer Garner, Nora Halpern, Steve Israel, Marta Kauffman, Ricky Krishner, Troy Kostur, Katie McGrath, and many more, in addition to Lady Gaga and Bruce Cohen as co-chairs.

According to the website’s description, Lady Gaga has previously been known to collaborate with the government.

She has been recognized throughout her career for her philanthropic efforts and support for the LGBTQIA+ community.

Previously, the Academy Award-winning singer collaborated with President Joe Biden on the “It’s On Us” campaign to end campus sexual assault. She had also been an advocate for mental health awareness and equality.

During the pandemic, the Grammy Award-winning musician worked tirelessly to organize a virtual concert for the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. The fundraising event was successful in raising $128 million.

As of this writing, neither the musician nor anyone from the government had announced the pop star’s first move as co-chair of PCAH.

The latest news comes after it was reported that the musician was set to perform at the White House with global KPop phenomenon BLACKPINK.

The “Shallow” hitmaker and the girl group—Rosé, Lisa, Jennie, and Jisoo—were invited to the state dinner by First Lady Jill Biden.

However, the South Korean president was enraged after National Security Advisor Kim Sung-Han failed to inform him, prompting him to resign.