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Pop stars sing for Haiti : do you think it will make a difference?
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So every one from Leona Lewis, JLS, Rod Stewart,  Michael Buble, Robbie Williams, Coldplay, Take That and Sir Paul McCartney are lending their pipes for the cause.The pop stars will be doing a…Continue

Tags: JLS, Coldplay, Haiti, R.E.M, charity

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At 12:18 on May 11, 2010, Emily Dawson said…
Thanks Hayley,

I’ll add it to the calendar now and will definitely get in touch if I need any info!

Best wishes,


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