Stars Come Out for Oil Spill Relief Telethon

Hollywood stars unite for a two-hour live telethon to raise money for the Gulf of Mexico oil spill relief

Once again Hollywood is coming together for a good cause. High-wattage stars including Justin Bieber and Cameron Diaz will be participating in a telethon Monday to benefit victims of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

The telethon will air as a two-hour edition of Larry King Live, and will feature a performance by Sting. Other stars currently tapped to give their time to the cause include Ted Danson, Lenny Kravitz, Randy Jackson, Jenny McCarthy, Tim McGraw, Alyssa Milano, Robert Redford, Ian Somerhalder, Melania and Ivanka Trump, Victoria Principal, Edward James Olmos and Pete Wentz.

Ryan Seacrest is also doing his part, as the media mogul will host a special online "Social Suite" for those viewers participating via Facebook and Twitter.

The telethon will benefit the United Way, the National Wildlife Federation and the Nature Conservancy, among other relief organizations.

The special two-hour Larry King Live event begins at 8 p.m. ET Monday.

Do you plan on donating money to the victims of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill? Chime in below!

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