Julia Roberts, Hugh Jackman & others to hand over their social media accounts to COVID-19 experts for a day
The celebs have joined hands with ONE a global campaign working that has been initiated to end extreme poverty.
The world is still fighting with the coronavirus outbreak, and over 5 million people have been infected by the virus as of now. Amid the ongoing health crisis several celebrities have taken an initiative to help who are affected by the pandemic.
According to reports, Hollywood actors including Hugh Jackman, Julia Roberts, Danai Gurira, Millie Bobbie Brown and others have joined hands with ONE a global campaign working that has been initiated to end extreme poverty.
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The new initiative is known as Pass the Mic, which will last for three weeks, according to the campaign. For one day, celebrities will hand over their accounts to frontline workers, health, economic and other experts.
Julia Roberts is going to start the project by handing over her social media accounts to Dr Anthony Fauci on May 21. Actor Hugh Jackman will pass his accounts to Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Former President of Liberia.
The campaign has also launched a trailer featuring stars Rainn Wilson, Penelope Cruz, and Shailene Woodley.