It's hard to imagine a proper gentleman like The Young and the Restless' Eric Braeden (Victor Newman) letting loose and belting out a tune, but fans don't have to imagine such a scenario now, because it has happened -- on film!
As part of a fundraising campaign that benefits UNICEF, Braeden showcased his little-known lip-syncing skills to the tune of "U.n.I (You & I)," a new song and video from the son and granddaughter of Sir Roger Moore, who was a committed UNICEF ambassador from 1991 to 2017.
As explained on the UNICEF website, the music video for "U.n.I (You & I)" features more than fifty celebrities like Braeden, Joan Collins (ex-Alexandra Spaulding, Guiding Light; ex-Alexis Carrington, Dynasty), Stephen Fry, Sir Michael Caine, and Prince Albert II of Monaco lip-syncing the song's lyrics in honor of Moore and to support a great cause close to the James Bond actor's heart.
Every song sold online will raise thirty cents for UNICEF, an organization that works in over 190 countries and territories to save children's lives, to defend their rights, and to help them fulfil their potential, from early childhood through adolescence.
Says Braeden of taking part in the UNICEF video: "The only way we can make a difference is by coming together. What a pleasure to be a part of @theunisong project to raise money & awareness for @UNICEF. Visit http://uni-song.com to download the song & music video. Every donation helps. #uniforcharity #rogermoore"
The only way we can make a difference is by coming together. What a pleasure to be a part of @theunisong project to raise money & awareness for @UNICEF. Visit https://t.co/8Uwei8sYMn to download the song & music video. Every donation helps. #uniforcharity #rogermoore pic.twitter.com/5cpGC6fwn0- Eric Braeden (@EBraeden) October 15, 2019
To see the wall of celebrities who took part in the lip-syncing video and to support UNICEF by either purchasing "U.n.I (You & I)" or the music video for the song, click here.
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