ALICIA KEYS: BACK IN (ONLINE) BUSINESS
NEW YORK (AP) -- They're alive! A group of celebrities, led by Alicia Keys, are signing back online after Keys' charity reached its $1 million fundraising goal. Keys recently announced that she, Lady Gaga and other celebrities would "die" as far as their online presence is concerned as part of the fundraising drive. Fans were asked to donate to the charity to revive them. The entertainers and their fans raised $500,000 and philanthropist Stewart Rahr matched the total. The charity, Keep a Child Alive, supports families affected by HIV and AIDS in Africa and India. Participants in the Digital Death campaign included Usher, Justin Timberlake and Ryan Seacrest.