Leona Lewis & Michael Buble Covering Song for Charity

January 22, 2010 By:
Leona Lewis & Michael Buble Covering Song for Charity

As Hollyscoop has been reporting all week long, the stars have been stepping up to show their support towards the victims of the Haiti earthquake in every way they can.

And now several prominent musicians in the industry are banding together to lend a hand in their own special way. According to the BBC, Simon Cowell has orchestrated getting a group of artists to record a cover of “Everybody Hurts” by REM.

Attached to the project are Leona Lewis, Michael Buble, and Rod Stewart. Paul McCartney, Coldplay, and Robbie Williams have also been asked to take part in the initiative.

It is thought that the performance will be taped and aired tonight during the Hope for Haiti telethon. Artists have also agreed to take part in a special eBay auction. Chris Martin said, "I visited Haiti with Oxfam a few years ago. It's a country of extreme poverty and brutal living conditions. Most people in Port-au-Prince live in tin shacks. The earthquake that has struck Haiti will have turned the city into an unimaginable hell."

Tune in tonight—it’ll be hard to miss as the event is being broadcast on almost every network!