The hit "Everybody Hurts" of R.E.M with the sweet and deep voice of Susan Boyle, Mariah Carey and other pop stars was released a few days ago to benefit Haitian victims of earthquake last month.
The first single calling upon for helping Haiti recovery after terrible earthquake was announced on Jan 2. The song was remade by 21 talented singers from the original version of R.E.M in 1993.
Simon Cowell was the first person who called upon for remaking "Everybody Hurts" for aiding Haiti
Leona Lewis, winner of X Factor, was the first person who first sang in the song. Robbie Williams and the old members of Take That - Gary Barlow and Mark Owen also sang together in the song. The song gathered other brilliant stars such as Rod Stewart, Mariah Carey, Cheryl Cole, Mika, Michael Buble, Joe McElderry, Miley Cyrus, James Blunt, Jon Bon Jovi, James Morrison, Susan Boyle, Aston Merrygold, Marvin Humes, Shane Filan, Mark Feehily and Kylie Minogue.
Each download of the single costs £3.99, ($7) through the website hmv.com and the money earning from the song will be benefit for Haitians through the offices of the British Disasters Emergency Committee and a campaign by The Sun newspaper.
Susan Boyle recorded the new cover of "Everybody Hurts"
Jon Bon Jovi
And Take That members
New cover of "Everybody Hurts" is one of three songs remade to aid Haiti. The song "We Are the World" in 1985 has also newly been recorded by 75 famous stars.
Various artists revived "We are the world" after 25 years
Remaking "We Are The World"
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