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Sunday 1 February 2015

Jennifer Aniston in charity video

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston and a host of other stars appear in a new music video for charity.

The actress was joined by famous faces including Jon Hamm and Betty White for a cover version of the classic Beatles hit Hey Jude.

Jennifer and the rest of the all-star singing ensemble recorded the track for St. Jude Children's Cancer Research Hospital.

The 43-year-old actress was also joined by many of the patients, nurses and doctors at the cancer charity.

Multi-platinum pop star Jordin Sparks can be seen on the celebrity line-up in the just-released video. She explained her reason for wanting to appear on the track that aims to raise awareness for National Childhood Cancer Awareness month.

"Singing an iconic song like Hey Jude with an all-star cast of musicians, athletes, actors and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital patients was an incredible experience," Jordin said. "I'm so proud to support the hospital's mission and hope everyone will check out the music video on heystjude.org!"

Other notable celebrity faces in the video include Keith Urban, Robin Williams, Ellen DeGeneres, Dr. Oz and Jimmy Kimmel.

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