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VIDEO INTERVIEW: LL Cool J Dishes On We Are The World Remake

Feb. 2 2010, Published 3:54 p.m. ET

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LL Cool J was a teenager in 1985 when We Are The World was first released and twenty five years later, the rapper/actor talked about the honor of being part of the star-studded group remaking the song on Monday night in Los Angeles.

"I remember being a teenager when the song was first recorded and here I am now all these years later and here I am participating in it," he said outside the recording studio. "We weren’t allowed to really comment on who was going to be there cause no one really knew who was confirmed."

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When asked to reflect more on the evening and the potential aid it will generate for Haiti, LL Cool J told RadarOnline.com:

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"I think it’s wonderful. I think it’s great. They’re hurting right now and if we can help in a creative way, that’s a good thing. You know, we should help each other."

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