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Katy Perry, Suki Waterhouse, & Tons of Stars Sing Touching 'Imagine' Cover For UNICEF - Watch Now!

Katy Perry, Suki Waterhouse, & Tons of Stars Sing Touching 'Imagine' Cover For UNICEF - Watch Now!

Check out Katy Perry singing John Lennon‘s famous classic “Imagine” in a new star-studded video for UNICEF!

The 30-year-old entertainer was joined in the video by Suki Waterhouse, Adam Lambert, Dianna Agron, Nina Dobrev, Cody Simpson, Idris Elba, Courteney Cox, Nicole Scherzinger, David Arquette, Seth Green, Taye Diggs, Rumer Willis, and Priyanka Chopra to bring awareness of children’s rights on the 25th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.

“The #IMAGINE project gives people across the globe a chance to join a global movement for children, lending their ideas, their visions and, not least, their voices to advance the rights of every child, everywhere,” UNICEF executive director Anthony Lake recently shared in a statement.

Katy Perry – UNICEF Video

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  • forrest gump

    ……………ths give me wings, folks!!

  • FerCat

    Still can’t get past the time Ceelo pissed all over this classic.

  • Laurence

    So nice!

    I make enough with these sites to pay the bills–See proof

  • Shivani Yadav

    It was beautiful. Everyone did a great job!

  • theonlyandoneme

    So touching and well done!

  • Inga Delciowa

    You forgot to mention that Bill Kaulitz is involved, JJ.

  • SweetfourGlambert



    Brit government knock-off fauxrocker sent to live in America when the brits considered Rock And Roll an American cultural threat to be dealt with. Of course, it wasn’t long for America to off the knuckledragger. Such is, all you need.