In honor of World AIDS day, celebrities are ending their digital lives.
Click here to see the celebs’ “dead” pictures
Lady Gaga, Ryan Seacrest, Justin Timberlake, Kim Kardashian and a myriad of other celebrities are signing off from all social networking websites, including Twitter and Facebook, Dec. 1 until $1 million is raised for Keep a Child Alive (KCA). KCA is an organization co-founded by Alicia Keys and Leigh Blake to that provides vital antiretroviral (ARV) therapy for children and their families with HIV/AIDS around the world.
The celebrities made a last tweet/testament and have memorial pictures where they are in coffins. To donate and bring these celebs back online, go to www.buylife.org.
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