September 25th, 2009
03:23 PM ET
The Black Eyed Peas mile high club
It sounds salacious, doesn't it?
The Black Eyed Peas are going to try and break a couple of world records: highest live performance and highest recorded track. Don't let the "high" part fool you either, it doesn't refer to illicit substances, merely distance from the earth's surface.
If you want to be a part of this record breaking attempt you can actually bid on packages to join the band. They're auctioning them off on eBay www.ebay.com/blackeyedpeas . The auction starts Saturday (9/26) and runs through October 3rd. Winning bidders and guests will fly from Los Angeles to Australia (hotel and transfers included). The Peas record breaking attempt will happen October 9th on a flight from Melbourne to Perth. The money raised from the auction will go towards supporting children's health initiatives through the University of Western Australia.
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all i can say that will.i.am is doing a good job and he is god send thank god for him
Fergie is still the hottest member and probably the most talented member of Black Eyed Peas.~`,
I can't even relax in a plane long enough to go pee, let alone have a "party" in one!
The BEPs suck bad, that isn't music, I don't even know what to call it.
People who like this junk simply don't know music.
There isn't singing or playing good instrumentals. Check out some of the seventies artists if you want music.
Keep that publicity machine rolling!
The Black Eyed Peas' music isn't anything I'd ever buy.
Ella,i agree so much! WOW! so much!
Do the kizz need money that bad? Why they came back to play after so many year off the game? Come on now boys! your time was once long time ago when I was a young boy.... Do they really are doing everything for children's health?
The Black Eyed Peas? What would they be without computer synthesizers altering their voices?
Still, it's refreshing to see entertainers using their talent and celebrity-status for a good cause.
I love the BEP. I do.
I think what they're doing for children's health is great. I really do.
But I must admit, they're only breaking records in the music industry right now because everyone else in the industry right now is really, really NOT good.