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St. Pierre kept the clip a secret until the big reveal on Friday (Nov. 25), when students were amazed to see the pop superstar address their school by name. Gaga urged the youngsters to "treat each other with kindness, love and to accept everyone," according to the Toronto Star.
As part of the assembly, students pledged to "make it better" -- a reference to the "It Gets Better" campaign aimed at supporting gay teens. It's a cause Gaga has long championed, and in addition to gushing about how proud she is, she told the students to "have a wonderful day at school and to love each other."
"When I showed it to the student council, they all cheered and screamed and freaked out," said St. Pierre, who himself was hassled in elementary school for showing an interest in drama. "She's talking directly to [students]."
"Sometimes schools talk about bullying but never make changes," he added. "I thought if I could get someone as influential as Lady Gaga to speak to students, that would make a change."
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