Ariana Grande made a startling appearance during her brother Frankie Grande’s virtual fundraiser for the Los Angeles LGBT Center on Thursday night.
During the two-hour Rainbowton event, the singer said, “I want to hug and send so much love to anyone who needs and feels extra isolated.”
Benefits included Christine Chenoth, Jewel, Deborah Cox, Shangela, Imogen Hip, “Rupel’s Drugs Race” judge Michelle Vegas, Ross Matthews and Carson Cressley, Margaret Chow, Charles Jones, Alexandra Gray, Shona Bean and “Make”. The winner is Johnny Kota.
“From the beginning, it was important to us that our doors were open to our clients who needed to see us, who really needed to know that we were here for them,” said Darrell Cummings, Chief of Staff at the LGBT Center. Cummings said.
Cummings said the center has been able to manage the level of services it provided before the COVID-19 epidemic.
“While we want this epidemic and crisis to end, it is important for us to be safe and healthy and happy now,” said Gigi Gorgeous. “I urge you to support the center tonight and donate whenever you can. I donated because I know that even $ 1 can help someone through difficult times right now – [someone] “Those who are stuck at home and can’t get the support and love they need, can’t get the food they need, can’t be treated and can’t live a good life and can’t live that way.”
Rainbowton further noted that the Centre’s annual AIDS Life Cycle bike has been in operation since its cancellation this year. Organizers had hoped to raise 1 million, but COVID-19 has raised এনে 7 million so far. The 545 mile journey from San Francisco to Los Angeles usually takes place between the last week of May and the first week of June, and facilitates HIV / AIDS services at the LA Center and the San Francisco AIDS Foundation.
The number of celebrities who presented “smiles” during various COVID-19 relief facilities, including Patty Lapon, Rosie O’Donnell’s fundraiser for the actor’s fundraiser, was mourned when English comedian Miranda Hart erupted in some laughter. “I was shocked to see that he was still alive,” said Hart Deadpan. “I mourned his death a few years ago so nothing should be sung about his condition. He should rest. “
Hart went on to sing “Laugh” but didn’t finish because, he joked, it was “annoying”.