Alicia Keys looked stunning tonight as she posed on the red carpet with her husband, Swizz Beatz.
The star is currently in London for her annual Keep A Child Alive Ball. The event was set up to raise money and awareness to “provide treatment, love and support to families affected by HIV/AIDS” in Africa and India.
George Michael has been confirmed to perform at Alicia Keys’ Keep A Child Alive Black Ball, which will take place on June 15th at The Roundhouse in London.
He joins a host of other stars scheduled to take part in the night including Mark Ronson, Tinie Tempah and Paloma Faith.
Speaking of the addition, Alicia Keys said: “I’ve been a fan of George Michael for as long I can remember. He is a legend and an inspiration. His work raising awareness and funds for those suffering with the HIV virus has spanned three decades. I’m honoured that George has lent his voice to our KCA cause and I’m so excited that he’s singing for us at the Black Ball in London. It’s going to be an amazing night!”
The Ball aims to celebrate the work of the KCA as well as raise money for the support of people affected by HIV and AIDS in Africa and India.
Keri Hilson has lent her face to the very worthy H&M Fashion Against Aids Collection. Check out this short behind the scenes feature. You can still enter our PunchBowl Competition to win some goodies from the range here.
Check out Rihanna’s promo for the charity UNICEF. The Bajan beauty has lent her face to their Tap Project where celebrities auction off their own tap water to raise awareness for the need of clean water.
The campaign offers fans the chance to win a collection of bottled TAP water and encourages them to sign onto the UNICEF Tap website and donate $5 towards the cause. For every $1 donated, UNICEF will provide safe and clean water to a child in need for 40 days.
Rihanna has lent her face to the latest UNICEF Tap Project.
The public service campaign aims to encourage the public to take action to reduce the number of children dying daily from waterborne illnesses, the second-highest cause of preventable childhood deaths in the world.
Rihanna joins Selena Gomez, along with Adrian Grenier, Dwight Howard, Taylor Swift and Robin Williams on this very special campaign. They will bottle their own tap water from their homes for a sweepstake benefiting the UNICEF Tap Project and auction off to raise vital funds for UNICEF’s clean water and sanitation programs.
Justin Bieber recently appeared on the Ellen Show and donated a lock of his hair for a good cause. The pint sized singer’s hair was put up for charity to raise money for, animal rescue organization The Gentle Barn Foundation.
After a week of bidding, Bieber’s famous hair sold for a staggering £40,668!
That’s one expensive head of hair!
Additionally, the winning bidder will be invited to hang with Bieber the next time he appears on the “Ellen DeGeneres” show.
In related news Justin spent his birthday with Selena Gomez at a restaurant in Los Angeles. The duo were swamped by Paparazzi which led to Bieber flipping off the paparazzi.
Cheryl Cole focused on her charity duties earlier today by attending a photo call with Prince Charles at Clarence House, London.
The singer looked demure and was joined by the director of the Cheryl Cole Foundation, for the Princes Trust charity meeting. Cheryl will be teaming up with the Trust to provide funds for children who have struggled at school and can’t find employment.
Katie Price did her bit for charity over the weekend and dressed up as Queen frontman Freddie Mercury for Comic Relief. The 32-year old model and business woman wore fake facial and armpit hair for the dance.
What did you make of her rather unique rendition of “I Want To Break Free”?
Coldplay performed their new single, “Christmas Lights” with a little help from Take That’s Gary Barlow, live at the Liverpool Royal Court earlier this week.
The show was a fundraiser for charity, Crisis, a shelter for the homeless in Liverpool.
It’s the first time “Christmas Lights” has ever been performed on stage, and was the big finale of an amazing show which raised £250,000.
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