OSBOURNES Increase Tsunami Donation
According to ContactMusic.com, Sharon Osbourne was so moved by the plight of the Asian tsunami disaster victims that she has pledged a donation of $190,000.
Osbourne initially donated $47,500, but decided to give more after watching endless "heartbreaking" news reports.
Osbourne, who earned $13.3 million in 2004, said, "There are really no words to describe how devastated we are to see this unfold.
"This is just heartbreaking — donating money is the least we can do. We have been watching all the terrible news coverage and we wanted to give some more money.
"Our hearts go out to all those affected."
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