The Young and the Restless' Eric Braeden (Victor Newman) lip-syncs in new video for a great cause--->>
More than 50 celebrities have joined in and partnered with the U.n.I project and The Young and the Restless' Eric Braeden (Victor Newman) is one of them.
"U.n.I (You & I)" is a song and video from the son and granddaughter of Sir Roger Moore, which they hope will help raise money for UNICEF, an organization the Bond star was passionately involved with for many years. The video features more than 50 celebrities including Braeden (see video below) lip-syncing the song’s lyrics, in honour of their friend Roger and to support a great cause close to the actor’s heart.
U.n.I is dedicated to Roger Moore. He was a committed UNICEF ambassador from 1991 to 2017. Each song sold online will raise 30p for UNICEF, an organization that's helped millions of children for more than 70 years and continues to.
Geoffrey, the son of Roger and Roger's granddaughter, Ambra, teamed up with several celebrities including; Dame Joan Collins, Stephen Fry and Sir Michael Caine, along with Prince Albert II of Monaco, to create the U.n.I song and video.
In this regard, Braeden wrote, "The only way we can make a difference is by coming together. What a pleasure to be a part of @theunisong project to raise money & awareness for @UNICEFuni-song.com#uniforcharity#rogermoore".
The only way we can make a difference is by coming together. What a pleasure to be a part of @theunisong project to raise money & awareness for @UNICEF. Visit https://t.co/8Uwei8sYMn to download the song & music video. Every donation helps. #uniforcharity #rogermoore pic.twitter.com/5cpGC6fwn0— Eric Braeden (@EBraeden) October 15, 2019