John Travolta has arranged a plane to fly aid to the victims of the Haiti earthquake, in which tens of thousands of people have been left dead or injured.
John Travolta has arranged a plane to fly aid to the victims of the Haiti earthquake.
The actor - who is a qualified pilot - acted quickly to organise the help for the Caribbean country which was devastated by the natural disaster last Tuesday (12.01.10), and hopes others will follow his example.
He said: "I have arranged for a plane to take down some volunteer ministers and some supplies and some medics.
"I hope that inspires others as well. It's needed."
Travolta is one of many A-list stars who are helping Haiti.
Joining the trio of musicians are a further 40 celebrities who will take part in the event - which will be aired on over a dozen US TV networks and will be co-hosted by Clooney and Wyclef Jean, who was born in Haitian city Croix-des-Bouquets - on January 22.
Clooney attended the Golden Globe awards last night (18.01.10) and revealed he was recruiting more Hollywood stars to take part.
The 48-year-old star - who was nominated for the Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama award for his role in 'Up In The Air' - said: "This is a perfect place for me to go recruiting some people, so it works out."
Penelope Cruz spoke about the Haiti earthquake - which left tens of thousands of people dead and injured - at the ceremony, saying: "Everybody can use this as an opportunity to remind people to do something. Even if it's a little help. But everything counts."