Gwen Stefani has donated $1 million to Save The Children's Japanese 'Earthquake-Tsunami Emergency Fund'.Gwen Stefani, the American singer and No Doubt front-woman, has joined Sandra Bullock in donating $1 million to the relief and recovery effort in Japan, following the devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit the country last week.The 41-year-old singer said in a statement that she had been "inspired by Japan for many years" and added, "The disaster in Japan is beyond heart-breaking, and I want to do anything I can to help. I would never be able to make a gesture like this without the love and support of all the fans over all these years". The singer and fashion designer has also created a special edition t-shirt that she will sell on the No Doubt website, with all the proceeds also benefitting the fund. As reported earlier this weke, Sandra Bullock has also donated $1 million to the Red Cross and the singer Lady GaGa has designed a $5 "We Pray for Japan" bracelet. The controversial actor Charlie Sheen has announced that he will donate $1 from every ticket sold on his forthcoming 'Torpedo of Truth' live tour.
The donation is the latest in Gwen Stefani's long history of humanitarian work. She worked on the Haiti earthquake relief project and also helped in the Gulf of Mexico following the BP oil spill.