Beyoncé Knowles to join the UN’s and humanitarian aid organizations, who are launching a global campaign ahead of World Humanitarian Day on August 19, 2012 aimed to honor people who died in humanitarian service and others who continue to help those in need.
According to the sources – The 30-year-old R&B star tells – we all see the headlines and we think, what can we really do to help? World Humanitarian Day is an opportunity for all of us to work together to make a difference.
This is our time to leave our mark on the world and prove that we were here and we care. Queen Bey offers one of her hit songs “I Was Here” that holds encouraging lyrics written by Diane Warren to the aid campaign.
Beyonce and Diane will donate its music tape to be filmed in the UN General Assembly Hall in NY in front of a live viewers. Beyonce Knowles Twitter @Beyonce – Hey World, It’s B! I’m so excited to invite you to my new – we’ve been working hard, and it’s finally ready for you XO!
On the other hand, Beyonce Knowles to direct her own life documentary about her life story to the big screen by directing and starring in the film. Meanwhile, Hollywood stars – Beyonce Knowles, Oprah Winfrey and Nicki Minaj congratulated Gabby Douglas after she won gold medal at the 2012 London Olympic Games.
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