Stars record charity version of Everybody Hurts
Cheryl Cole’s heartbreak
Cheryl Cole took time out to record her lyrics at London’s Northern Sky studios.
‘It’s heartbreaking to see what’s happening in Haiti. Hopefully the money from this will help the people of Haiti rebuild their lives,’ she said.
JLS star Oritsé Williams’ family pain
JLS‘s Oritsé Williams suffered personal loss after family members were killed in the earthquake.
Oritsé, 23, reveals: ‘My cousins have lost relatives and I’ve been speaking to them every day. I’m determined to do anything I can.’
Susan Boyle snubs Rod Stewart
Susan Boyle got cold feet about meeting her hero Rod Stewart. Despite getting her hair done for the occasion, Susan did a runner just before her fellow Scot arrived.
Take That reunion (nearly)
Take That and Robbie Williams just missed meeting yet again when they recorded their vocals. Scheduling conflicts meant that Robbie recorded his lines at the same studio as his former bandmates, but 24 hours later.
Alexandra Burke offers her help
Alexandra Burke‘s revealed that she raced back from Europe so that she could record her part and even hopes to visit the stricken country to help.
She says: ‘I’d drop anything to help.’
Call the Disasters Emergency Committee’s 24-hour Haiti earthquake appeal line on 0370 6060900 or visit dec.org.uk/donate_now/
See all the news about the celebrity charity single for Haiti in Now Magazine dated 8 February 2010 – out now!