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Celebrities heal the heartland

Music stars from across the nation joined forces in Oklahoma for a benefit concert for victims of the deadly tornado that struck the state. The sold out concert "Healing in the Heartland" was held at Oklahoma City's Chesapeake Arena and was broadcast on the U.S. network NBC. Oklahoma-born country star Blake Shelton told reporters he and his fellow entertainers were committed to helping. SOUNDBITE: Blake Shelton, singer, saying (English): "Every one of us involved in this concert, we feel like we have to do this. It's our job to do this." The show closed with a duet between Shelton and Grammy winning R&B star Usher. The EF-5 twister, which is the most powerful category for tornadoes, killed 24 people when it tore through Moore, Oklahoma on May 20th.

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