Jimmy Kimmel is one of the best in late night, next to James Corden of course, so he decided to make a few calls and bring in some big named celebrities to help raise awareness for AIDS.
Jimmy and Bono teamed up for the (RED) campaign for the second year in a row, the campaign raises money to fight AIDS, and continue to raise awareness. So who better to bring in awareness than some of the hottest celebrities in the world, right?
Celebrities like Julia Roberts, Channing Tatum, Halsey, DJ Khaled, Brandon Flowers (front man for The Killers), Kristen Bell, and Neil Patrick Harris came out to sing a song called “We’re Going to Hell”.
Check out the catchy tune and be sure to go to red.org to learn more!
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So before I get into how much of a mess this list is I will list the top ten for you all to gasp and shake your head at.
1) Steven Spielberg.
2) Oprah Winfrey
3) George Lucas
4) Ron Howard
5) Martin Scorsese
6) Dr, Oz
7) Barbara Walters
9) Stan Lee
10) Rush Limbaugh
So you see the trend in this list of most influential celebrities of 2014 even though we are just about a month into the year? It is all older white men. Who runs Forbes? Probably older white men. It is just a mess! These people are not the most influential celebrities and I am 200% sure of it. I highly doubt that someone would bring up Stan Lee off the top of their heads when it comes to who is influential.
I mean all these people are great directors or raise a lot of money for charity, or are TV hosts, other than Rush Limbaugh he is just an asshole. That one just really throws me for a loop.
Here is what the list should have been when it comes to celebrities.
1) Jennifer Lawrence
2) Justin Timberlake
3) Meryl Streep
6) Taylor Swift
7) Oprah Winfrey
8) Ellen DeGeneres
9) Idris Elba
10) Chelsea Handler.
Those are the most influential people in the business, if you don’t like it too bad!