"Extra" has obtained new details about George Clooney's telethon to raise funds for victims of the Haiti earthquake.
"Hope for Haiti" is in the process of being put together now, and will feature the Oscar winner's famous friends in the entertainment industry. The bi-coastal telethon will be broadcast worldwide on January 22, on MTV channels around the world as well as ABC, NBC, HBO and CNN. The live show will air at 8 PM EST.
All proceeds from the telethon will go toward relief efforts in Port-au-Prince.
Not On Our Watch, an advertising and grantmaking organization founded by Clooney, Don Cheadle, Matt Damon, Brad Pitt, producer Jerry Weintraub, and human rights lawyer David Pressman, has donated $1 million to relief efforts. "The people of Haiti are in desperate need of help. Our organization, Not On Our Watch, will do whatever it can and we know the international community will as well."
Clooney isn't the only celebrity with a creative plan to help Haiti -- Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker and Tom Delonge of Blink-182 have released an Haiti Charity t-shirt, being sold exclusively on the band's website.
Each shirt costs $15, and proceeds will go to the Red Cross. To pick up a relief tee, visit the band's merchandise site here.
See how other stars give back below:
Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker took a detour on the band's tour to stop by the Joseph M. Still Burn Center in Georgia, greet patients and thank the docs who saved his life.
"I'm here to say 'thank you' to everyone who took care of me after the accident," Travis said in a statement. "I was sort of unconscious the last time I was here, and I felt like I owed them a big 'thank you.'"
Barker was transported to the Burn Center after surviving a plane crash with fellow musician DJ AM in September 2008. The men were the only survivors, and both suffered severe burns as a result of the accident.
"This was a great opportunity for our staff and our patients to see someone who is truly a success story," said Dr. R. Fred Mullins helped treat Barker's wounds. "Travis was gracious with his time today, and his presence was a nice surprise and boost for everyone here."
During his visit, Travis greeted patients, signed autographs, and thanked the doctors. After his visit, Barker tweeted, "Just leaving the JMS burn center here in GA. Amazing talented people over there, angels is what I like to call them." He then added, "Wouldn't be here today if it wasn't for them. Glad I was able to go by and say thank u. I'll never forget them or what they did for me."
"It's been 1 year today," Barker writes on his Twitter. "I know I am so lucky to be here. I am so blessed to still breathe, walk, talk, or even play my drums and be alive." He adds, "Rest In Peace: LIl Chris Baker, Che, Adam Goldstein, Sarah Lemmon & James Bland. Gone never forgotten."
Barker and Goldstein had finished performing together as TRVSDJ-AM in South Carolina before hopping aboard a Learjet plane on September 19, 2008. The jet failed to take-off properly and crashed, killing four.
Travis and Adam were the only survivors of the crash, and were both critically burned while escaping. On August 28, Goldstein was found dead of an apparent drug overdose in his New York City apartment.
Barker's ex-wife Shanna also wrote on her Twitter today in memory of the crash victims and the disc jockey -- and sent kind words to her drummer ex. "I can't believe it was 1 yr ago today I got the phone call about the plane crash. hug you're loved ones. be thankful for each and every blessing. RIP. Lil Cris, Che, Sarah, James and Dj Am. Travis, I am so thankful to have you in this life."
Travis responded to Shanna's post by tweeting at her, "@ShannaMoakler Thank u mama."
Travis Barker's Blink-182 band pulled out of a show in Saratoga Springs, New York, to allow time to grieve the passing of their close friend DJ AM.
The pop-punk band released a statement regarding the canceled show, saying, "Due to circumstances surrounding the unfortunate and untimely passing of our dear friend Adam 'DJ AM' Goldstein, Blink-182 will not be playing tonight in Saratoga, NY at SPAC."
The band confirmed that the other scheduled acts would still take the stage. "Performances by Weezer, Taking Back Sunday and Chester French will take place as planned along with some special surprises. We thank all of our fans for their support in this tough time."
Over the weekend, Blink-182 played a touching tribute to Adam during a scheduled concert -- and band member Mark Hoppus couldn't get through the song without crying.
Goldstein was found dead in his New York apartment on Friday.
During a Blink-182 concert last night, Mark Hoppus struggled as he opened up to the audience about losing his "dear friend" DJ AM, and asked to observe a moment of silence for the late musician. During that period of time, band members Hoppus, Travis Barker and Tom Delonge couldn't hold back their tears over the loss of their friend.
Travis Barker broke his silence this afternoon following the death of his close friend and music partner DJ AM.
"Don't know how i am gonna play 2night but i am for AM. My brother is gone.i love u and miss u, i'll never forget all the good times we had," the drummer posted on Twitter. Barker is currently on tour with Blink-182.
He continued, "I'll never forget everything we've been thru and every time i play the drums i'll think of you. U were an amazing friend/DJ/human being."
Barker ended his series of three posts, saying, "Rest In Peace my brother, this really f--ks me up."
In September 2008, Barker and AM both survived a deadly plane crash in South Carolina. Four were killed in the crash and the musicians were listed in critical condition. Barker sustained second and third degree burns on his lower body and torso. AM suffered burns on his hands and part of his head.
On Tuesday, DJ AM tweeted for the final time, "New york, new york. Big city of dreams, but everything in new york aint always what it seems." Now celebs have turned to Twitter to express their remorse and sadness about the death of the young star.
John Mayer: In complete shock... I really want to use words right now but I can't get em. F--k.
Lindsay Lohan: i can't believe this.. i'm in shock. why? why? r.i.p. adam.
Ryan Seacrest: So sad the hear about adam. a very kind and generous guy.
Khloe Kardashian: Tell your loved ones you love them every chance you get. You never know when it will be the last time. God bless DJ AM. I love you.
Diddy: DJ AM Rest In Peace...
Ashton Kutcher: love you brother.
Dr. Drew: I lack the words to describe my feelings.
Heidi Montag: my thoughts and prayers are with DJ AM's family and friends.
Shanna Moakler: My deepest condolences for DJ AM, you were a great artist and will be severely missed. My thoughts and Prayers to his family and friends.
Katy Perry: rest in peace friend.
Drummer Travis Barker has a bone to pick with ex-wife Shanna Moakler -- the musician has added fuel to the couple's Twitter war by calling Moalker a "pile of sh*t." Ouch!
According to MomLogic.com, the on-again, off-again couple got into it after Barker and his nanny dropped the rocker duo's children -- Landon and Alabama -- off at a Rhode Island home where Shanna was staying, visiting her family. A source tells ML that the police were called, but Travis left before the argument escalated.
After the scuffle, Travis tweeted, "Rhode Island police are cool as hell, thanks for keeping child molesters away. On my way to NYC." Barker has previously accused Shanna's uncle of being a child molester -- an accusation which the former beauty queen has vehemently denied.
Shanna and Travis married in 2004, and officially divorced in 2008.