American Idol Raises Over $30M for Charity

Apr 26, 2007

Thehimalayantimes.com reports that the “American Idol” special raised over $30 million for charity:

Television singing talent show “American Idol” proved its clout as a US cultural phenomenon on Wednesday by raising more than $30 million for young people in Africa and the United States.

A two-hour show filled with inspirational songs, movie, television and music stars and stories of poverty from Africa and the United States rounded off the two-night special.

Read entire article on thehimalayantimes.com.

I applaud American Idol for this. In my opinion, they deserve the good PR they will get from it.

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