Justin Bieber And Ariana Grande Signing CDs Of New Song For Coronavirus Children's Charity
Last week, Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande dropped their brand-new duet "Stuck with U," and now fans can buy it as an autographed CD! Find out where the proceeds will go!
Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande are using their music as a way to give back to those in need! As People reports, the duo teamed up to record their new single "Stuck with U," which they released last week along with an accompanying music video, and now they've signed CDs of the track for a good cause.
Bieber and Grande will be selling limited edition autographed CDs of "Stuck with U" for 24 hours, with all proceeds to go towards the First Responder's Children Foundation. The charity is a non-profit organization created during the coronavirus pandemic to provide grants and scholarships for the children of first responders.
Bieber says he and Grande are "so excited" to partner with charity
Bieber took to social media on Wednesday to share the news about the autographed "Stuck with U" CDs. "What’s going on guys? You guys asked and so we will be signing a limited number of CDs sold before Friday and all the proceeds will go to the First Responders Children’s Fund," he said in the video.
He went on to express his enthusiasm towards his and Grande's partnership with First Responders Children's Fund, while also thanking their fans. "So thank you so much for your support and we’re so excited to be partnering with such an amazing charity," Bieber said. "You guys are the best."
Bieber and Grande will be donating all proceeds of "Stuck with U"
Bieber's website currently shows that the "Stuck with U" CDs are selling for 5 dollars each, featuring the CD cover signed by himself and Grande. It also includes "Stuck with U" as a digital single.
The limited edition signed copies will be available for only 24 hours, or until supplies last, and only ship to the United States. And as People shares, all proceeds from Bieber and Grande's song will be going towards providing funds to the First Responders Children's Foundation.