Carly Rae Jepsen
We can't say there were "too many," but quite a lot of stars joined Comedy Central's 'Night of Too Many Stars;"a benefit for autism education. The evening, which funds a variety of autism-education programs around the United States, was hosted by Jon Stewart and will be broadcast Oct. 21 on Comedy Central.
We were moved by Katy Perry's duet of "Firework" with an autistic girl which left the crowd and host in tears. Other performances included Seth Rogan's comical bit, Carly Rae Jepsen & Harvery Keitel's performance of "Call Me Maybe," and many more.
"Night of Too Many Stars" benefits a variety of autism programs across the country in support of the overabundance of individuals with autism that are in need of quality services. Jon Stewart has raised about $14 million dollars for autism education in four "Night of Too Many Stars" shows.