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Justin Bieber Confirmed for Low-Key 'Idol Gives Back'

April 16, 2010 (6:27 am) GMT
Dubbed as a real inspiration for the youngsters, Justin Bieber will have his taped performance aired for 'American Idol' charity concert on April 21.
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's "" taped performance, which has been rumored since earlier this month, is confirmed to be aired on "Idol Gives Back" week. He will join other musical guests, including , , , , and .

In a conference call on Thursday, April 15, executive producer Cecile Frot-Coutaz explained the decision to keep Justin's performance for the charity. "I looked at that night as a good night for him to be on, because he's absolutely phenomenal, and he's young and he's a real inspiration for [the] young generation, so it was a really good fit for him to be in that special episode," she told the press.

The "Idol Gives Back" concert will be held "with a slightly different approach" and broadcast as part of the April 21 elimination night. "This time it is much more low key. Whatever people can donate will be great," she said, referring to economic crisis currently sweeping the country.

During the gig, viewers can bid online for an opportunity to meet , win a pair of autographed sneakers from and get a private lesson with as well as . Proceeds will benefit Children's Health Fund, Feeding America, Malaria No More, Save the Children's U.S. Programs and the United Nations Foundation.

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