Batter up! USA will be tackling Japan on Mar. 21st at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, CA. during the semifinals of The World Baseball Classic. Catch every foul ball in this game and watch it all online here beginning at 9pm EST.
This could be devastating! A 6.9 magnitude earthquake has hit off the coast of Japan near Fukushima, and already residents have been told to brace for a tsunami. Keep reading for more on the breaking details!
Here are all of the stars –including Rihanna, Beyonce and Lady Gaga — and the tracks they’re contributing on iTunes to benefit earthquake and tsunami victims!
More than 30 of the biggest names in music have joined together for the worldwide release of Songs for Japan, an album of 38 chart-topping hits and classic tracks, available worldwide on the iTunes Store for $9.99 starting today (www.itunes.com/songsforjapan). Proceeds go to the Japanese Red Cross Society.
Gwen Stefani donated $1 million to help aid in Japan’s recovery, while other celebrities are coming together to record an all-star album to fundraise for the devastated country!
We love it when Hollywood uses its power for good! Justin Bieber, U2, and Rihanna are donating songs to a charity album to benefit the victims of Japan’s March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Lady Gaga — who already designed a Japan Prayer Bracelet following the tragedy — Nicki Minaj, and Bon Jovi are also interested taking part in the project. It’s going to be an amazing album!
The Oscar winner does it again! She gave $1 million to help Haitians after the devastating 2010 earthquake. Now she’s stepping up with a big tsunami relief gift!
Sandra Bullock has given a million bucks to help the victims of the devastating earthquake and tsumani in Japan. The American Red Cross tells CNN it’s the biggest celebrity donation since the disaster.
This tiny baby was miraculously found alive under piles of mud, cement and wood—and reunited with her frantic father!
A four-month-old baby girl in Japan who had been swept from her father’s arms when a deadly tsunami wave hit their house was found alive yesterday in the town of Ishinomaki! For three days her frantic family had been searching for her, believing that she had probably been lost forever. Wow, she looks totally fine! And soooo cute!
She tells ‘Good Morning America’ she’s totally shaken by the Japanese tragedy since she nearly died in a tsunami herself!
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