Hollywood stars aid oil spill victims
The list could very well be a checklist of Hollywood A-list celebrities.
From icons such as Sting to the ‘boy of the hour’ Justin Beiber, Hollywood’s brightest stars have gathered together to help the cause of victims who suffered in the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Hosted by the legendary Larry King, the two-hour telethon entitled “Disaster in the Gulf: How can you help” will try to raise funds for the people and the wildlife affected by the disaster.
The other stars who are lined up to join include: Deepak Chopra, Cameron Diaz, Kathy Griffin, Lenny Kravitz, Tim Mcgraw, Robert Redford, Ted Danson, Randy Jackson, Alyssa Milano, Melania and Ivanka Trump, Pete Wentz, and other celebrities.
Larry King has also invited his friend Ryan Seacrest to talk to the online participants.
The telethon is said to benefit the following charities: the United Way, the National Wildlife Federation, and the Nature Conservancy.