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This may come as a surprise to you, but that “Digital Death” campaign launched by A. Keys-Dean and her Beaky Boo wasn’t very well planned out. Oh, we said that already? Here’s something else they didn’t think about.
When the good folks at Keep A Child Alive thought up their Digital Death campaign, they probably figured that between Alicia Keys’s 2.2 million followers and Kimmy Cakes’s 5.4 million alone, it would take absolutely no time to raise $1
Dr. Dre helped make Death Row Records a household name in the early 1990s, but left the label amid some controversy to form his own.
Yesterday morning, right after Usher broke his promise not to tweet, this “Digital Death” charity stunt had barely raised a third of the million dollars it would take to bring stars like Alicia Keys, Swizz Beatz, Serena Williams, Lady
With their grand total still sitting at less than $300,000, we’re sure a few of the celebs who let A. Keys-Dean convince them to swear off Twitter are plotting their return to the web as we speak. But in
Earlier this week, we posted how Alicia Keys has inspired Facebook and Twitter-whoring celebrities to quit their social media habits for a good cause…
She might still be on maternity leave, but Alicia Keys is already back to her karma-balancing, do-gooder ways. And of course charity’s always more fun when other rich people get involved.
Urkel stopped struggling with a Laura and got him a Lauren!