Jimmy Kimmel brought together some of our favorite stars for an unforgettable and entertaining night.
On Wednesday night of Jimmy Kimmel Live, some of Hollywood’s finest, including Channing Tatum, Julia Roberts, Bono and Neil Patrick Harris gathered around a piano during the host’s recurring (RED) episode to raise awareness and money for AIDS, E! News reports.
The stars sipped on martinis and wore coordinating tuxedos, while they belted out lyrics about no matter how rich they may be, if they don’t help people with AIDS, they’re going to hell.
"We've got Ferraris and a weekend home in Carmel, but if we don't help people with AIDS, we're going to hell," they sang in unison.
Kimmel created the line “going to hell” and The Killers’ frontman Brandon Flowers wrote the rest of the tune. "If you don't help people with AIDS, you are going to hell, and that seems like a good enough reason to help alone," Bono said. "I mean, just think of yourselves."
In an effort to raise money for the cause, the celebrities created a few one-of-a-kind experiences for an auction. Have you ever wanted to have tea with Bono and Roberts or attend a Broadway show with Harris? Well, now is your chance. Other experiences like jet skiing with DJ Khaled and hanging out backstage of the sold-out Hamilton is also available.