Justin Bieber And Rihanna Announce Plans To Help Support Hurricane Sandy Relief

9 November 2012, 11:24 | Updated: 9 November 2012, 11:42

The 'Boyfriend' singer will donate ticekt sales from his 'Believe' tour with the Bajan star hosting an album listening party.

Justin Bieber and Rihanna have announced plans to help support the Hurricane Sandy Relief charity.

The artists have continued to offer their thoughts and prayers to those affected by the superstorm which hit the East coast of America this month.

The Canadian singer made the announcement on his Twitter page and admitted he was so "proud" to be able to make the donation.

"i have spoken to @AdamBraun from @PencilsofPromis and we donate a dollar of every ticket to charity from the #BELIEVEtour ....so....," he tweeted. "We decided that for the Jersey, Brooklyn, and 2 MSG shows every ticket sold a dollar will be donated to Hurricane Sandy Relief. #GIVEBACK.

He added: "and all 4 shows are SOLD OUT so U are all helping us make a difference in the lives of those that need it right now. thanks. #GIVEBACK."

Rihanna will also be giving back to communities as she has announced plans to donate 1000 sleeping bags to the New York Daily News' Hurricane Sandy relief.

She will also be hosting a special album listening party for her new release 'Unapologetic' at Jay-Z's 40/40 nightclub – where admission is based upon donating an item to the victims of the storm.

Lady Gaga also recently revealed that she will be donating $1 million dollars to the American Red Cross as she continues to offer her support to those affected.