Hollywood has been rallying to help earthquake/tsunami victims in Japan any way they can but on Thursday actress Rose McGowan admitted to a feeling of helplessness concerning the matter.
"My stand-in on the movie I'm doing right now, she's half Japanese, her whole family's from Sendai and four of them are missing," Rose said at a Millennium Network event in Los Angeles. "It's brutal to watch her go through it."
The Millennium Network helps connect people under the age of 45, getting them involved with the Clinton Foundation which has helped millions of HIV/AIDS victims by giving them the opportunity to obtain treatment.
Despite her donations to the Red Cross, Rose admitted to harboring a feeling of impotence, wishing she could do more.
Drake gave a special performance at the event and he disclosed similar thoughts on aiding disaster victims.
"We've all done it individually, what we can," said Drake. "I would love to do something on a broader scale and get some powerful musicians together and do something."
While helping natural disaster victims abroad, Rose had fallen victim to a cyber criminal who hacked into her email.
"For the last six months somebody created an email and all of my emails -- incoming and outgoing -- have been going to this email, whoever that person is," said Rose, who revealed that she resolved the issue last week. "It's very violating and it's frustrating."
Click the video to hear how Drake has battled with cyber hacking.