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Lionel Richie and Quincy Jones signed up a slew of stars to join their “We Are the World” recording— taking place in L.A. today — at the Grammys last night.

Where the original 1985 hit was recorded to benefit Africa, profits from the 25th anniversary version will go to Haiti relief.

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Bono and Lady Gaga are the latest singers to sign on, reports E! Online. Other names on board included Usher, Jason Mraz, Akon, Jennifer Hudson, Carlos Santana, Enrique Iglesias and Toni Braxton.

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The Grammy show also featured a special Mary J. Blige duet with Andrea Bocelli, singing the Simon & Garfunkel classic, “Bridge Over Troubled Water.” The song will be available on iTunes and all proceeds go to earthquake relief.

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