Rock and pop superstars perform live to raise awareness of environmental issues.
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Rock and pop superstars perform live to raise awareness of environmental issues.

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7 July 2007 (UK)  »

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Live Earth 7.7.07  »

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In the Netherlands, they have held a concert called "Live Earth Alert" in Westerpark, Amsterdam - which was an addition to the "Live Earth" event (also held on the same day as "Live Earth"). The event covered the concert in Amsterdam, as well as the concerts from the main seven continents with Dutch correspondents reporting there. Also, some coverage from the Dutch concert were included in the official Live Earth streams and broadcast worldwide. See more »

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Spun-off from Live Aid (1985) See more »

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Hey You
Written by Madonna
Performed by Madonna
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David Tennant should compere EVERYthing!
20 October 2007 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

He introduced the Pussycat Dolls and was interviewed by Jonathon Ross and Graham Norton backstage. He is worth his weight in gold, is Tennant! In fact, he's worth twice, three times his weight in gold, titanium, the works. He showed such vitality and spirit, it was a joy to watch. He worked that crowd in the most engaging, ego-lite way imaginable and they appeared to love it, as did we at home. Watching it, I was again in awe of this man's ability. When interviewed afterwards, he proved to be refreshingly free of the barbed spikeyness that some Big Names can't resist displaying in similar circumstances. Probably they feel out of their element. Not him. He is totally at home in front of a crowd and has the charisma and showmanship to carry off the moment. Tennant can compere any program from now until the end of the galaxy, as far as my family and I are concerned.


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