Celebs joining together to raise money to fight AIDS
What do stars like Bono, Kristen Bell, Pharrell, Will Ferrell, Chris Rock, Channing Tatum, Snoop Dogg, Mila Kunis, Brad Paisley and Zoe Saldana all have in common?
They are all support the annual World AIDS Day campaign, to raise money and bring urgency to the AIDS fight.
“If you think the HIV virus is in the rear-view mirror, think again — because all I see are flashing red lights. It's still an emergency, especially for women and girls. AIDS is the biggest killer of young women globally. Our complacency today could be complicity tomorrow in the deaths of millions who are needlessly infected,” shared RED co-founder Bono.
For the fourth consecutive year, Jimmy Kimmel is generously donating his show, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, to benefit the AIDS fight with (RED). Stars including Bono, Kristen Bell, Pharrell, Will Ferrell, Chris Rock, Channing Tatum, Snoop Dogg, Mila Kunis, Brad Paisley and Zoe Saldana will join Monday's show for a ridiculous ride through the many (RED) products and winnable experiences in this year's campaign. The show airs on ABC at 11.35pm ET / 10.35pm CET on Monday, November 19.
“This is our fourth and most star-studded (RED) special yet. I am grateful to Bono and all the great names who are joining the fight to end AIDS on what promises to be our biggest show yet,” shared Jimmy Kimmel.
“I'm honored to be back for the third year in a row to help bring attention to this tragic epidemic that impacts so many people around the globe, particularly women. (RED) makes it easy for everyone to do their part and Jimmy brings the party every time,” added Kristen Bell.