Taylor Swift & Kanye West Among Those To Sing 'We Are The World' Revamp
The two stars will be among those joining Quincy Jones and Lionel Richie for a "We Are The World" 25th anniversary revamp, which will take place on Monday in Los Angeles, according to Access Hollywood.
West has publicly and privately apologized to the "Love Story" singer after ruining her big night at the VMAs - but they haven't met since he stormed onstage at the beginning of the ceremony and declared Swift's Best Female Video prize belonged to Beyonce Knowles.
Sources claim West and Swift, Celine Dion, Wyclef Jean and Miley Cyrus will all be part of the star-studded recording, which has been hastily arranged to aid the Haiti earthquake relief effort.
The original 1985 charity anthem featured performances by Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan and Diana Ross.
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