Just when we thought that we were all tuckered out from Band Aid 30 on the whole ‘stars singing charity singles’ front, a whole load of celebs decided to drop this gorgeous music video for UNICEF.
Katy Perry lead the way in creating this new song for the children’s charity, enlisting the help of a whole load of celebrity friends to cover John Lennon’s classic song ‘Imagine’
The 30-year-old is supported in the touching music video by the likes of Nicole Scherzinger, Danny O’Donoghue, Will.I.Am, Adam Lambert, and… Erm… Craig David?
Who knew he was still about?
In addition to the host of fab voices and musical entertainers, Katy also extended her invitation to stars from other industries, with model Suki Waterhouse, actress Courtney Cox, and actor Idris Elba also making an appearance.
Heck, even Robert Kazinsky, aka Sean Slater from EastEnders, features in the celeb-filled music video.
Hasn’t he done well for himself?
The song has been released to bring awareness to children’s rights and the safeguarding of vulnerable youths on the 25th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
UNICEF executive director, Anthony Lake, said in a statement: “The #IMAGINE project gives people across the globe a chance to join a global movement for children, lending their ideas, their visions, and not least their voices, to advance the rights of every child, everywhere.”
Well, we pretty much love the video and the fact that the celebs joined together for charity makes it all the sweeter.
Isn’t it nice when the stars help out for a worthy cause, eh?
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