All-Star Lineup Arrives to Re-Record "We Are the World" for Haiti
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On Monday afternoon, an impressive list of stars began arriving at the Jim Henson Studios in Hollywood. The reason for the day-after-Grammys gathering: to re-record the classic charity single "We Are the World," this time for Haiti earthquake relief.
Among those spotted entering the studio by UsMagazine.com: Celine Dion, Jennifer Hudson, Justin Bieber, Vince Vaughn, Kanye West and Amber Rose, Julianne Hough, will.i.am, Wyclef Jean, T-Pain, Randy Jackson, Gladys Knight, Brandy, Keri Hilson, Faith Evans, Rob Thomas, Nancy Wilson, Nicole Scherzinger, Harry Connick jr, Katharine McPhee, Robin Thicke, Josh Groban and India.arie.
Producer Quincy Jones -- the man behind the 1985 original that featured Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen and many others -- confirmed the planned remake to E! News on Thursday. "It's the 25th anniversary and it's perfect timing," Jones said. "It's not an accident, man. That's God. It will be 'We Are the World' for Haiti."
Other stars rumored to be participating: Miley Cyrus, Bono, Lady Gaga, and Sheryl Crow.
"Hope for Haiti Now" is one of many charities still accepting donations for Haiti earthquake relief.
Phone: 877-99-HAITI Text:
Text "GIVE" to 50555
Mail: Hope For Haiti Now Fund Entertainment Industry Foundation
1201 West 5th Street, Suite T-700
Los Angeles, CA 90017