Robbie Williams To Sing His Way To Haiti And Sports Relief
Robbie Williams is to use his singing talent to raise money for charity again - his next single will be the official track for Britain's Sport Relief campaign.
The Angels hit maker has already agreed to record a part in Simon Cowell's Haiti relief track, a cover of R.E.M.'s 'Everybody Hurts', alongside stars including Mariah Carey and Kylie Minogue to raise funds for the earthquake-devastated country.
And now he's donating all of the proceeds from Morning Sun to the Sport Relief charity, which raises funds in aid of vulnerable citizens in developing nations.
He says, "I am very happy to donate my time to help Sport Relief and I thank my co-writers for doing the same. Please join us in helping this very worthwhile cause."
Other celebrities who are lending a hand to the foundation include David and Victoria Beckham, who have designed a series of t-shirts, while Little Britain star David Walliams will be taking part in a 875-mile (1,408 kilometre) charity bike ride across the U.K. in March, 2010.
Williams' single will be released in the U.K. on 8 March 2010.