Seven Cirque du Soleil Las Vegas resident productions became one for One Drop, a non-profit organization established by Cirque du Soleil Founder Guy Laliberté.
To share the experience around the world, an exclusive broadcast of the full-scale production is available for online viewing at onedrop.org through March 31, with a donation of $5 or more to One Drop.
One Drop partnered with MGM Resorts International and Lamborghini to present One Night for One Drop, a global philanthropy event to raise funds and awareness to ensure water is accessible across the globe.
The evening featured more than 230 artists from the seven Las Vegas Cirque du Soleil productions in a once-in-a-lifetime performance on World Water Day, Friday, March 22, 2013, at the “O” Theatre at Bellagio Resort & Casino.
Celebrities joining the night’s blue carpet event and after-party at the Bellagio pool included Guy Laliberté; Olympic gold medalist swimmers Michael Phelps and Missy Franklin; Britney Spears; Shania Twain; Pamela Anderson; Criss Angel; recording artist/actress Jackie Evancho; Danny Elfman; musician Tom Higgenson (pop-punk band Plain White T’s); actress Hana Mae Lee (Pitch Perfect); performance painter David Garibaldi; vocal quartet The Canadian Tenors; supermodel Oluchi Orlandi; Olympic gold medalist rowers Mary Whipple and Erin Cafaro; Holly Madison; Coco Austin.
In the picture above: One Night for One Drop act featuring Roberto Cavalli gown worn by supermodel Oluchi Orlandi. Photo Credit: Bryan Steffy/Getty Images through Cirque du Soleil
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