ET was with Transformers star Josh Duhamel as he returned last weekend to his hometown of Minot, ND to participate in a Black Eyed Peas benefit concert and visit his boyhood home that was destroyed during floods earlier this summer.
Josh said it was difficult returning to the area to see the devastation caused by flooding in June that displaced thousands of people: "It's just heartbreaking, to be honest. I grew up here, I know this city like the back of my hand. And to see so many places that I grew up in under water, it was really tough."
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Josh is the honorary chairman of the Minot Area Recovery Fund, which was set up to raise money for flood victims. The benefit concert on Saturday by Josh's wife Fergie and the Black Eyed Peas was attended by nearly 16,000 people and raised more than $1.3 million dollars for recovery efforts.
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For more information about the Minot Area Community Foundation, or to find out how you can help, please visit their website, or www.MinotRedCross.org.
Watch the video to see Josh tour damaged areas of the community and return to the flooded home where he grew up.