After "dying" last week to help raise $1 million for Alicia Keys' Keep a Child Alive organization during World AIDS Day, celebrities from Lady Gaga to Kim Kardashian have returned to the Internet and begun tweeting updates to their fans about all the latest in their busy, glamorous lives now that the organization has reached its $1 million goal.
"I am back from the dead! Thank you all so much for your donations and contributions! I have missed u all so much!!!" Kardashian wrote. "We raised $1mil to help KCA fight AIDS. Thank you so much and never stop buying life!"
Lady Gaga gave her fans a brand-new visual of herself with a close-up photo of the reclining pop star wearing white fur and a big cocktail ring. "Havin a little too much fun on tourbus. Played the album for label, the rest is History. Amen Hooker," she tweeted.
Ryan Seacrest seemed enthused by his return to the social networking site and shared that he was hard at work on "American Idol." "I'M ALIVE! We've raised $1 million to help KCA fight AIDS! Thank u guys SO MUCH for all u did! ... So stoked to be back on twitter!" he shared. "In a meeting with Idol judges now ... we shoot Hollywood Week this week so we are going thru the plan now. 2morrow's a full day: radio show then, we start seeing the contestants that made it 2 hwood for idol. It's the largest group we have ever had."
The woman behind the campaign, Alicia Keys, happily thanked everyone for their support. "Weeee diddddddd itttttt!!!!! thank you sooooooo much for your support and for CARING about what's going on in the world!!!! Big Shout to YOU!! ALL THE ARTISTS involved!!! And STEWIE RAH!!! Together we raised $1M to fight AIDS and SAVE REAL LIVES!!!!!!" she tweeted.
Other celebrities who are now free to tweet again include Justin Timberlake, Usher, Jennifer Hudson, Khloé Kardashian, Lenny Kravitz, Jay Sean, Swizz Beatz, Serena Williams and Janelle Monáe.