Nearly 100 of music's greatest talents gathered at Henson Studios Monday night to record a charity remake of "We Are the World," originally sung by Bob Dylan. The song is in support of Haitian earthquake relief, and Wyclef Jean noted, 'What's bigger than a contribution is that you lend your voice." The all-star ensemble included Kayne West, Lil Wayne, Celine Dion, Barbara Steisand, Nick Jonas, Jamie Fox, Jason Mraz, Usher, and even Vince Vaughn. From singer to dancer to actor, the diverse group laid down a modern hip-hop influenced track in a session that was said to last long into the night, with some sessions screened for journalists. Justin Bieber, who sang Lionel Richie's opening line, called the experience "out of this world." The 3-D music video will debut February 12.