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November 05, 2011  | by: Amanda Clarke

Alicia Keys with Husband Swizz Beatz

Alicia Keys along with other celebrities stepped out in there best Wednesday night in hopes of raising money for a good cause.  The singer and philanthropist hosted her 8th Annual Keep a Child Alive Black Ball.

Keep a  Child Alive strives to bring awareness through documentary films and ground – breaking media campaigns.  It directly engages the global public in the fight against AIDS.  They actively work to educate people about the emergency issues of AIDS in Africa and India in an effort re- invent the way they perceive their role in being part of the solution.

With performances by Jay Sean, Will.I.Am, Usher, the night really came together.   Alicia, who also performed, wanted the focus of this Keep a Child Alive event to be on India. She told MTV this week:

The theme is going to be all about India because we’ve moved into helping to serve India in regards to what they’re going through with the AIDS pandemic, just like we do in Africa.  It’s going to be beautiful, the music is going to have a little Indian style to it as well, which is super fun for me to explore.”

Here are more pics from the event.

Check out this performance by Alicia Keys and Guitarist Gary Clark Jr.

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