What the stars say
What the stars say about being part of 'Everybody Hurts'
Robbie Williams: "I'm very honoured to be asked to contribute to the single. We can all do something to help the people of Haiti - and I urge everyone to do what they can."
Cheryl Cole: "It's heartbreaking to see what is happening in Haiti. Hopefully the money from Everybody Hurts will help the people of Haiti rebuild their lives."
JLS star Ortise Williams, who lost relatives in the quake: "The tragedy is very close to my heart. We hope to raise as much money as possible. It’s great to be working with such talented artists, all pulling together to make a difference through song."
Alexandra Burke: "It's truly devastating what has happened in Haiti and if I can help in anyway then I will. This song will bring awareness to the suffering of the innocent people of Haiti and help them rebuild their lives and homes. When these natural disasters occur, we have to work together to make a difference. Please support us"
Rod Stewart: "I can't think of a more fitting song than ‘Everybody Hurts’ to convey the unimaginable tragedy that is Haiti. I hope the record sales raise a lot of money because the country certainly needs it."
James Morrison: "I'm so proud and honoured to be part of something so huge, which can hopefully go some way towards helping the poor people who are suffering in Haiti."
Joe Mcelderry: "It's an honour to be apart of the Haiti charity single. It’s truly devastating what has happened over there and I want to do anything I can to help and raise money. It’s great to be apart of such an amazing line up who have all taken time out of their schedule to help with this tragic cause"
Susan Boyle: "The Haiti earthquake has caused devastation and suffering that most of us will never experience nor could imagine. I feel privileged to be a part of such a wonderful project that will raise money to help the country."
Disasters Emergency Committee, Chief Executive Brendan Gormley said: "We are absolutely delighted to help those recording, producing and buying this charity single make a difference in Haiti. More and more water, food, household items and medical supplies are getting through to the earthquake survivors. Buying the charity single will greatly aid our work and help us work with survivors in Haiti to rebuild new lives from the ruins."
Simon Cowell who is organizing the recording and release of the record for Haiti said: “We have a short time to do this but already we are getting some fantastic support. Right now this is an absolute priority for us all, the people of Haiti need as much help as we can give them as soon as possible, every day the situation becomes more desperate".
The Haitian earthquake is already estimated to have caused the deaths of over 250,000 people. 250,000 are in need of urgent aid and more than 2 million people are estimated homeless and in need of long term support to help rebuild their lives.
The song will be available to download on February 7th and to buy on February 8th