Justin Bieber makes Surprise Appearance at Florida High School Summer Band Camp

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(Best Syndication News) - Teen pop and R&B singer, Justin Bieber, surprised a group of summer band camp students by making an appearance at their Seminole High School located in the Orlando, Florida area.

Bieber was participating with the GRAMMY Foundation® to suprise the students at an assembly in Sanford, Florida. Bieber also presented a $5,000 donation that was funded by both Best Buy and the GRAMMY Foundation that will go to the Seminole High School to help fund the music program.

"The students had no idea I was coming and it was fun to completely surprise them. I was excited about this opportunity to team up with Best Buy and the GRAMMY Foundation to raise awareness around the important cause of funding music education programs in schools," said Justin Bieber. "I talked to students about pursuing their passion in music and encouraging them to keep doing what they're doing."

Hip-Hop Artist Wyclef Jean wants to be President of Haiti

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(Best Syndication News) - Born in Haiti, Hip-Hop artist, Wyclef Jean, 37, is planning on announcing his candidacy for the President of Haiti which is up for election this November.

Jean moved to Brooklyn, New York when he was 9 year old and then moved again to New Jersey. He is married and the couple adopted a daughter in 2005.

Jean tells People Magazine that he is running because of the corruption that Haiti has experienced for the last two hundred years. He also decided to run for president after the devastating earthquake that happened on January 12th this year.

Jean said that he was a UN Goodwill ambassador for a couple of years and he has a charity set up in 2005, called the Yéle Haiti Foundation.

Free Slurpee at 7 Eleven Stores this Sunday and Vote for your Favorite Battle of the Bands 2010

Free Slurpee at 7 Eleven Stores this Sunday and Vote for your Favorite Battle of the Bands 2010

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(Best Syndication News) - An ice cold slushy Slurpee drink on a hot summer day for free, now that sounds like a deal! The 7-Eleven convenience stores are giving away a free Slurpee drink this Sunday. Not all 7-Eleven stores are participating, but there are 7,500 that are giving away a free Slurpee in the US and in Canada.

The promotion is being called “Happy 7-Eleven Day.” They are giving out a 7.11 ounce Slurpee drinks for free. They are celebrating 7-Eleven Day. It is also just a cool way to get customers to come to their store. To find out if your local 7-11 store is participating and their locations you can visit for a complete list.

Pregnant Alicia Keys falls on Stage – Baby and Mom are doing Fine

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(Best Syndication News) - Singer Alicia Keys fell while performing on stage the the Essence Music Festival in New Orleans earlier this week. The pregnant singer was wearing high heels which may have contributed to her fall. Like a true performer she after she falls on her behind she gets up and continues to perform the song “Love Is Blind.” The audience gasped when the pregnant singer fell onstage during the song.

According to, Keys and her unborn baby has been reported to be doing fine.

Keys is engaged to her longtime boyfriend, rapper and producer Swizz Beatz. The baby's expected due date has not been announced publicly.

Keys was recently on ABC's Good Morning America TV show performing, and showing off her baby bump.

Renewable Energy - Mobile Phone recharging in Boots with Orange Power Wellies

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(Best Syndication News) - Fashion has met technology with a UK based mobile phone company. Orange worked together with a renewable energy company called GotWind and came up with a unique way to charge your mobile phone by using the heat in your feet to create electricity. This creative green energy idea is being showcased at the Glastonbury Festival 2010 with the Orange Power Wellies prototypes being onsite for people to check out.

The reality is that you have to walk around to generate electricity. Orange said that it would take about twelve hours of walking around at the Glastonbury Festival to charge your mobile battery for about one hour of use. They suggest if you need more battery time, then dance it up because they say that the hotter your feet get, the more electricity you make.
Orange is having a contest focused around their Orange Power Wellies. You can check it out on their blog at

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