Kristen has decided to take time out of her busy schedule for a worthwhile event that aims to raise millions of dollars for the victims of Hurricane Sandy. HollywoodLife.com has all the EXCLUSIVE details on Kristen’s involvement with the ’12-12-12′ benefit concert.
This Wednesday, Dec.12, Kristen Stewart will join some of the biggest names in music, film and TV to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy. Nearly two billion people in more than 190 countries will get the chance to see the “12-12-12” benefit concert at New York’s Madison Square Garden.
Hurricane Sandy may have left thousands devastated across the East Coast, but Pia and Jared are doing their part to help with the relief efforts! Check out what these pop stars are doing to raise money for a good cause!
‘Mob Wives’ star Drita D’Avanzo told Hollywoodlife.com EXCLUSIVELY how she was affected by Hurricane Sandy, what she’s doing to help those in need, and how YOU can be a part of it and meet her!
Drita D’Avanzo might be one feisty woman on television but off-screen she truly has a heart of gold! After seeing the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, specifically in her hometown of Staten Island, Drita knew something needed to be done.
The singer is doing everything she can to help the victims on the East Coast and she’s starting by throwing a concert at Jay-Z’s club in NYC on Nov. 9 — read on for all the amazing details and how you can help!
Rihanna is always thinking of others. The 24-year-old just hit up the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and has been working nonstop but she’s taking a moment to reflect and help those less fortunate than her — she’s such a cool chick.
After Hurricane Sandy ravaged the East coast on Oct. 29, millions of people in New York were left without power, water and in deep devastation. Chelsea Clinton, Katie Holmes and Melissa Joan Hart are some of the many victims of the disaster.
Hurricane Sandy has left certain parts of the states of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut in a state of irreparable destruction, and downtown Manhattan has been left without any power, while the New Jersey boardwalk has been completely destroyed. By Nov. 2, many people are still without power and water, including Katie Holmes, Chelsea Clinton and Melissa Joan Hart.
City of New York — you did the right thing by canceling the ING Marathon set to take place on Nov. 4 after a path of destruction from Hurricane Sandy left the entire tri-state area in a state of emergency — here’s why.
New York City is one of the greatest cities on Earth, but sometimes we all need to take a step back and reassess our priorities. Mayor Bloomberg has said the annual race will boost the city’s economy and raise morale after the storm, but I think it will pull valuable resources away from those who need it most.
The mom of two Staten Island boys begged neighbors for help after her boys were swept away by Hurricane Sandy — only to have the door slammed in her face. Read on for the tragic details.
After searching for Brandon Moore, 2, and his brother Corey Moore, 4, police found the bodies of the two boys just yards from where they went missing. Their mother Glenda Moore, 39, spent 12 hours screaming for help after they were ripped from her arms during the hurricane — and no one would help.
Christina, Bruce Springsteen, and more artists are coming together on Friday, Nov. 2 for a benefit concert to raise funds for victims of horrific superstorm. Read on for more details.
In the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, a few families are celebrating the miracle of life — babies born smack-dab in the middle of the storm, and some at hospitals that completely lost power.
As Hurricane Sandy barreled towards the East Coast on Oct. 29, some expectant mothers were worried about another act of nature — going into labor in the middle of a superstorm.
They were just 23, 24, and 13 when they lost their lives due to a superstorm which was never supposed to happen. Meet these tragic young women.
As the first photos of the victims of Hurricane Sandy are being released, the staggering and tragic loss of life is becoming evident. At least 59 are known to have died after the monster storm knocked down massive trees and dangerous power lines, as well as flooding homes. Among the dead are Jessie Streich-Kest, Lauren Abraham, and Andrea Dresch — young women tragically struck down in their youth.
In the wake of the catastrophic Hurricane Sandy, which destroyed much of Seaside Heights, N.J., the cast of the ‘Jersey Shore’ is showing love for the beach town that made them famous.
After Hurricane Sandy ripped through the East Coast, the coastal city of Seaside Heights, N.J. suffered devastating damage — roads and houses submerged in water, and much of the once-populated boardwalk is left in shambles. The cast of the Jersey Shore, who spent several summers and TV seasons in the popular beach town, are grieving over the loss of their former home.
Hurricane Sandy has claimed nearly 30 deaths since barreling towards the East Coast, including two boys crushed by a tree outside their home in Westchester County.
Two families in Westchester County, New York are suffering tragic tragic losses after a tree outside their home came crashing down on top of Jack Baumler, 11, and neighbour, Michael Robson, 13 on Oct. 28, killing both boys instantly.
As Hurricane Sandy ravaged the east coast, celebrities tweeted well wishes for everyone affected.
Hurricane Sandy ripped through must of the northeast Oct. 29, causing flooding, power outages and hospital evacuations — among even more serious consequences — and some of Hollywood’s biggest names tweeted their concern for potential victims.
As Hurricane Sandy tears up the east coast, stars tweet with ‘Sandticipation’.
From JWoww to Joy Behar, all the stars are tweeting their concern about the hurricane that’s set to ravage the east coast. A category-1 storm, Hurricane Sandy is set to do some serious damage and is making many east coasters very nervous, including some of our favorite stars.
Hurricane Sandy, also known as ‘Frankenstorm,’ is set to pummel the East over the next few days. Are YOU prepared for the storm?
A category 1 hurricane, dubbed Hurricane Sandy, is making its way across the east coast, worrying residents and celebrities alike. Some of our favorite Hollywood stars such as Ashley Greene and Jersey Shore star Deena Nicole Cortese are talking about the storm on Twitter.
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