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<p>The entertainment industry&rsquo;s efforts to support Haitian earthquake relief have broadened dramatically with the latest from Sandra Bullock donating 1 million dollars.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>The roster of performers for Friday&rsquo;s multi-network &ldquo;Hope for Haiti&rdquo; telethon also continues to grow, with Christina Aguilera, Bono, Alicia Keys, Sting and Justin Timberlake signing on to perform during the broadcast.</p><p>They join event co-hosts George Clooney (who is organizing the telethon with MTV Networks), Wyclef Jean and Anderson Cooper. Clooney is expected to be in Los Angeles for the broadcast, Jean in New York, Cooper in Haiti. Clooney has said he ultimately expects approximately 40 celebrities to participate in the telethon.</p><p>ABC, CBS, the CW, Fox, NBC, CNN, HBO, MTV, VH1 and CMT will broadcast the two-hour fundraiser at 8 p.m. Eastern (delayed on the West Coast). MTV Networks, CNN and National Geographic will show the telethon internationally.&nbsp;Facebook and MySpace have also signed on to help drive viewers and donations to the telethon.</p>