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See the stars that banded together to provide relief to the earthquake-ravaged country

Shaun Harrison
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Bruce Springsteen

"A small prayer for Haiti," said Springsteen as he launched into an acoustic version of "We Shall Overcome."
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Shakira

The Colombian singer teamed up with the Roots to sing the Pretenders' "I'll Stand By You."
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John Legend

After a special Anderson Cooper report about the orphans of Haiti, Legend performed "Motherless Child" on the piano.
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Christina Aguilera

Aguilera debuted a new song. The refrain, "if you lift me up," was fitting with the evening's message of hope.
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Chris Martin and Beyonce

With Coldplay's front man on the piano, Beyonce sang "Halo," changing the lyric to "Haiti, we can see your halo."
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Kid Rock, Sheryl Crow and Keith Urban

The trio played an acoustic version of "Lean on Me."
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Mary J. Blige

Blige put her trademark soulful spin on "Hard Times Come Again No More."
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Dave Matthews and Neil Young

The duo teamed up for an acoustic version of Hank Williams' "Alone and Forsaken."
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Coldplay

The band all strummed guitars for the performance of "A Message."
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Jennifer Hudson

Backed by the Roots, Hudson sang The Beatles' "Let It Be." Beatles member Ringo Starr was also on hand to answer phones.
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Sting

The singer, also backed by the Roots, played "Driven to Tears," one of the show's more upbeat numbers.
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Madonna

With a choir, Madonna sang an acoustic version of "Like a Prayer."
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Bono, The Edge, Jay-Z, Rihanna

The group performed the Swizz Beatz-produced "Stranded (Haiti Mon Amour)." The lyric, "not gonna leave you stranded," underscored the theme of the telethon.