*(Los Angeles,CA ) – The entertainment industry showed their love and support for people displaced by recent devastating storms in Texas and Florida.
The talent turned out in full-force for the Hand-In-Hand: A Benefit For Hurricane Relief that was aired on major networks and cable stations.
Special appearances and performances aired live from Los Angeles, New York and Nashville.
Multiple award-winning gospel singer CeCe Winans shared the Grand Ole’ Opry stage with Darius Rucker, Demi Lovato and Brad Paisley, performing the Joe Crocker classic, “With A Little Help From My Friends.”
Additional artists who showed their support live from Nashville, included: Host Blake Shelton, Nicole Kidman, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Amy Grant, Usher, Michael W. Smith, and several others.
Visit https://handinhand2017.com/ for more details on how you can participate in helping those in need.
Meanwhile, music legend Stevie Wonder wants people who don’t believe in climate change to open their eyes.
“Anyone who believes there’s no such thing as global warming must be blind or unintelligent,” he said on Tuesday evening at the “Hand in Hand” telethon for hurricane relief.
The irony of Wonder’s comment of course is that he has been blind since shortly after birth.
Along with highlighting the devastating effects of climate change, Wonder also appealed for people to love each other and the planet.
“When love goes into action, it preferences no color of skin, no ethnicity, no religious beliefs, no sexual preferences and no political persuasions,” he said. “It just loves.”
Wonder then launched into a rousing version of Bill Wither’s “Lean On Me,” backed by the Houston Gospel Choir.
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