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Rock and pop superstars perform live to raise awareness of environmental issues.




Credited cast:
Akon ... Himself
Ayaka Ayaka ... Herself
Kevin Bacon ... Himself
David Baddiel ... Himself
Alec Baldwin ... Himself
Jimmy Barnes ... Himself
John Barrowman ... Himself
Beastie Boys ... Themselves
Boris Becker ... Himself
The Black Eyed Peas ... Themselves
Hamish Blake Hamish Blake ... Himself
Bloc Party Bloc Party ... Themselves
James Blunt ... Himself
Bon Jovi ... Themselves
Edith Bowman ... Herself - Presenter


Rock and pop superstars perform live to raise awareness of environmental issues.

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Documentary | Music

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Release Date:

7 July 2007 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Live Earth 7.7.07 See more »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


The BBC was censured by media watchdog Ofcom after transmitting six instances of bad language from performers during the concert at Wembley Stadium. The usually middle-of-the-road singer Phil Collins surprised many (including BBC presenter Jonathan Ross) when he kicked off the foul language by substituting the line "and though she will fuck up your life" for "and though she will mess up your life" while performing the 1986 Genesis hit single "Invisible Touch". See more »


Spun-off from Live Aid (1985) See more »


Hey You
Written by Madonna
Performed by Madonna
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Three-hour Live Earth on NBC had mostly enjoyable musical performances
14 July 2007 | by tavmSee all my reviews

Just finished watching the Live Earth three-hour concert version that I taped from NBC last weekend. Performance highlights include: John Mayer's "We Keep Waiting for the World to Change", a reunited Genesis' "Land of Confusion", Alicia Keys' "Mercy, Mercy, Me" which blended into Corrine Bailey Rae's version in the middle of the song, Kelly Clarkson's "Since You've Been Gone", Roger Waters' version of his group Pink Floyd's "Another Brick in the Wall" (though I was surprised at it's inclusion) and the recently reunited Police's "Message in a Bottle". There were also good performances from Madonna, Bon Jovi, Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks, The Dave Matthews Band, The Black-Eyed Peas, and Duran Duran. Additionally, they showed snippets of musical acts in China, Japan, and Australia (which showed an edited version of Crowded House's "Don't Dream It's Over" that I was disappointed with). All that plus hosts Ann Curry and Carson Daly interviewing public figures like Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Al Gore (Curry) and musicians like Keys and Matthews and actors like Rosario Dawson and Cameron Diaz (Daly). All in all, a mostly enjoyable concert with important pro-environmental messages spread throughout ending with a clip of James Blunt singing "What a Wonderful World".

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