When disaster strikes, entertainers are some of the first who step up and help in any way they can. Looks like a few artists will be getting together to put together a digital download album to help the people of Japan.
His name is Hiromitsu Shinkawa. He is 60 years old and for 2 days he was floating on the rooftop of his house 10 miles out to sea. He is believed to have been washed out when the tsunami that roared ashore in his home town of Minami Soma (Fukushima prefecture) retreated back out to sea, taking Shinkawa with it.
Lady Gaga is one of the many celebs that are coming together to help Japan. Gaga is doing something a little different than everyone else though, she designed a wristband. Proceeds from the wristband will go to victims in Japan.
Pray for Japan right now. It's like watching a sci-fi movie on television right now, except this is really happening.
An 8.9-magnitude earthquake hit Japan early Friday, triggering tsunami warnings and sending people fleeing out of buildings in the capital.
Its epicenter was 373 kilometers (231 miles) from Tokyo, the United States Geological Survey said.
The quake rattled buildings and toppled car