Las Vegas (NV) - Where can you find Natasha Bedingfield, Pat Monahan, will.i.am and Yoko Ono together in the same room? At CES, of course!
Today at noon Pacific Time was where the biggest celebrity-studdent event of the entire Consumer Electronics Show was held. Right outside the Las Vegas Convention Center, a brand new bus was unveiled for the charitable John Lennon Educational Tour Bus initiative.
Wife of the late John Lennon, Yoko Ono, was at today's event and has been an integral part of this educational initiative. Also on hand was Natasha Bedingfield, lead singer of Train Pat Monahan, and Black Eyed Peas front man "will.i.am".
The bus, which is equipped with a bunch of high-tech gadgets from Sony, like robotic cameras and high-end computers, travels around the country to give students in K-12 schools a chance to perform like a star. The project began 10 years ago, but until now the group was just leasing a charter bus. Today they begin with a bus built completely from the ground up.
The goal right now for the group is to get a total of seven of these buses dispersed around the globe.