Well, we knew something was going to happen!
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To catch you up, the city is in trouble following a 2014 water supply switch from Detroit to a local water source. Unfortunately for the town's residents, the supply was found to contain high levels of lead which grossly affected MANY children.
On Sunday, the Tonight Show host announced on Twitter that he was donating $10,000 to Community Foundation Greater Flint — and asked his supporters to do the same:
And he's not the only one lending a hand…
Marky Mark and Puff also put on their capes and donated one million water bottles from their El Lay-based bottled water company AQUAhydrate. Flint is expected to receive 5,000 cases by Wednesday, and the business also promised to continue sending aid until the contamination problem is fixed.
What an incredible use of resources! Who would've ever guessed that much water could come out of LA!
We just love selfless acts of kindness from these celebs!
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This is just so sad.
The music icon's family confirmed the heartbreaking news in a statement on Sunday and we almost still can't believe it. It's hard to imagine that it was just days ago that the Space Oddity singer was celebrating his birthday and dropping his 25th and final studio album Blackstar.
David's loss is most certainly felt worldwide. In fact, we're not the only ones to think that as many of Hollywood's A-listers took to Twitter to pay tribute to the Grammy winner — including Madonna, Kanye West, Ricky Gervais, Cher, and many more.
Check out their responses (below):
Dreams do come true!
The pop icon took to Twitter and shared with her legion of followers:
Spent last 3 Days with Rick‼️ He is Writer of Cher Musical. We had so much fun✨💖✨ He wrote Jersey Boys. Hhmmm… She’ll be more of a PAIN😂
— Cher (@cher) October 25, 2015
Where can we book our tickets?! STAT!
Though the songstress may have seemed ready to chat about the upcoming project, her partner did NOT seem as eager to open up about the work-in-progress.