Hudson, Rowland and The Marleys Show Up For Alicia Keys’ Keep A Child Alive

Alicia Keys’ ‘Keep A Child Alive: The Black Ball UK,’ went well last Thursday with star-studded support from Kelly Rowland, Mischa Barton and Jennifer Hudson. Keep A Child Alive: The Black Ball UK, was created to raise money and awareness for children and families affected by the HIV/AIDS crisis in Africa and India. Keys’ says “It scares me, is what it really does. Thinking of myself, thinking of younger generations, my brother’s generation.”We have a lot to really be careful about and it’s such a major thing that we have to be cautious. “But we can totally avoid it by practicing safe sex and if you can, even waiting, just abstinence. Oscar Award -winning actress Jennifer Hudson performed at the event sharing the stage with Adele, Annie Lennox and Damien and Stephen Marley. According to Newsbeat, Hudson was glad to be helping a worthy cause stating “Any time you’re helping someone is very important and, of course, when children are involved,” she said. “I feel like your celebrity is not about the fortune or the fame. But if you can’t help anyone then it’s in vain, it’s pointless.”


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