Justin Bieber, Kevin Hart in fundraiser for COVID-19 relief
Since the All In Challenge began gaining traction on Tuesday, many celebrities are calling out some of their famous friends to get involved
Celebrities like Justin Bieber and Kevin Hart are signing-on to take part in the All In Challenge — a fundraiser to help feed people affected by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Philadelphia 76'ers co-owner Michael Rubin launched the fundraising auction where athletes, artistes and celebrities offer once-in-a-lifetime experiences to fans. People can donate as little as $10 to earn a chance to win one of the fan experiences being offered by the celebrity of their choice.
Bieber, Hart and Dwyane Wade were among some of the first high-profile names to lend their names and prizes to the effort.
Bieber is offering to fly out to the winner's house for a private show of his song, One less lonely girl, while Hart is giving a chance to be in his next movie.
Since gaining traction on Tuesday, many celebrities are calling out some of their famous friends to get involved.
Other high-profile names taking part in the auction include Meek Mill, Ryan Seacrest, Rob Lowe, Robin Thicke, and Alex Rodriguez.