Britney Spears, Lady Gaga & Justin Bieber Aid Texas Crash Orphans

Britney Spears seen making a heart shape for the "Show Your Hearts" campaign, July 2011 Britney Spears seen making a heart shape for the "Show Your Hearts" campaign, July 2011

Some of music’s biggest names are coming together to aid three orphaned children after a devastating auto accident.

Britney Spears, Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber are just some of the stars urging their fans to donate to the Berry Family, following a July 3 auto accident that killed parents Joshua and Robin and left brothers Peter, 9, and Aaron, 8 paralyzed and sister Willa, 6, injured.

The three singers are among the many drumming up support for the “Show Your Hearts” campaign, which encourages others to change their Facebook and Twitter profile picture to an image of hands making a heart shape and to donate money to the orphaned kids via text message or the website.

“Change your profile picture today & make sure to #showyourhearts,” Britney Tweeted, with a photo of herself making a heart shape.

“Monsters: There are orphans that need our help. A tragic story that left them paralyzed,” Lady Gaga Tweeted.

Justin Beiber also lent his support Tweeting about “Show Your Hearts” and re-Tweeting other messages of support for the Berry Family from Katy Perry, Diddy, Ellen DeGeneres, Nicky Hilton, Kim & Khloe Kardashian, Matt Morrison, Maroon 5, NKOTB, Back Street Boys, Nick Lachey, The Jonas Brothers and Ryan Seascrest.

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