An All-Star lineup began assembling in Hollywood yesterday to re-record the classic charity single "We Are the World," this time for Haiti earthquake relief.
Among those spotted entering the studio: Celine Dion and Jennifer Hudson (pictured), Justin Bieber, Vince Vaughn, Kanye West and Amber Rose, Julianne Hough, Gladys Knight, Randy Jackson, Faith Evans, Rob Thomas, Brandy and Keri Hilson.
Not to mention will.i.am and Wyclef Jean, T-Pain, Nicole Scherzinger, Harry Connick, Jr., Katharine McPhee, Robin Thicke, Josh Groban and India.arie.
Two of many "We Are the World" 2.0 artists.
Producer Quincy Jones, the man behind the 1985 original song that featured Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen and others, confirmed the planned remake.
"It's the 25th anniversary and it's perfect timing," the legendary Jones said. "It's not an accident, man. That's God. It will be 'We Are the World' for Haiti."
Others rumored to be involved: Miley Cyrus, Bono, Lady Gaga, and Sheryl Crow.
"Hope for Haiti Now" and other charities are still accepting relief donations.