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Selena Gomez donates proceeds from 'Dance Again' merch to COVID relief fund

To support the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, singer Selena Gomez will donate part of the proceeds from her tour merchandise sales.

ANI | Washington DC | Updated: 27-03-2020 09:07 IST | Created: 27-03-2020 09:07 IST
Selena Gomez donates proceeds from 'Dance Again' merch to COVID relief fund
Selena Gomez (Image courtesy: Instagram). Image Credit: ANI

To support the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, singer Selena Gomez will donate part of the proceeds from her tour merchandise sales. "For every purchase of the new Dance Again merch in my store, a portion of proceeds will benefit the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund," Selena wrote on Instagram on Thursday.

Spreading some positivity the 27-year-old added, "It feels a little strange releasing something so lighthearted in the middle of such a heavy time for our world, but I also think it's a good reminder that we will get through this together." Fans can purchase the 'Dance Again' merchandise on the pop star's website. (ANI)

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