Britney Spears, Pink, Gwen Stefani and More Team Up for Musical Tribute to Orlando Victims

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Some of the biggest names in music have come together for a musical tribute to the victims of the Orlando massacre.

The soulful song, "Hands," features vocals from Mary J Blige, Selena Gomez, Britney Spears, Gwen Stefani, Pink, Jennifer Lopez, Jason Derulo, Ty Herndon, Adam Lambert, Meghan Trainor, Kacey Musgraves and Imagine Dragons among many others.

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Proceeds from the song, released by Interscope Records and available for purchase on iTunes, will benefit the Equality Florida Pulse Victims Fund, GLAAD and the LGBT Community Center of Central Florida.

The emotional track was penned by songwriter Justin Tranter, co-writer of Justin Bieber's hit single "Sorry" as well as a number of other songs for artists who participated in the tribute.

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"The second I heard about this horrible tragedy where so many of my LGBTQ brothers and sisters lost their lives, I immediately got on a plane to Orlando to volunteer my help anyway I could," Tranter said in a statement about the heartfelt collaboration. "Putting this charity single together is just a way for me, and everyone
involved, to keep volunteering our help and promote peace and love in the world."

On June 12, 49 victims were fatally shot at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, while another 53 were injured in the deadliest mass shooting in American history.

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Recently, Jennifer Lopez and Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda announced their own benefit song for the victims, "Love Make the World Go Round." Proceeds from the downloads of the forthcoming song will go to the Hispanic Federation's Proyecto Somos Orlando.

Check out the video below for a look at how a number of other stars have paid tribute to those who lost their lives in last month's devastating Orlando terror attack.

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