Lady Gaga to invite teens on 'Brave' bus in St. Paul


Provocateur pop singer Lady Gaga plans to invite teens on board her touring Born Brave bus when she comes to St. Paul for a Feb. 6 show at the Xcel Energy Center.

The St. Paul Public Library is sponsoring a contest for teens to prompt them to do something about bullying and intolerance. It's offering prizes – including a VIP pass to the Brave bus – if they read the book "Everybody Sees the Ants" by A.S. King, and submit a creative project based on themes in the book.

The Brave Bus is traveling with Lady Gaga on her U.S. concert tour as part of her effort to draw attention to anti-bullying programs, suicide prevention and mental health services.

MTV reported that Lady Gaga unveiled the bus earlier this week as a rolling part of her Born This Way Foundation:

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