Wonder Girls to Release U.S. Special Christmas Album with Christina Aguilera and Jason Mraz

By Staff Writer | October 15, 2012 09:05 AM EDT

Wonder Girls to Release U.S. Special Christmas Album with Christina Aguilera and Jason Mraz
Wonder Girls to Release U.S. Special Christmas Album with Christina Aguilera and Jason Mraz (Photo : d)


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Girl group Wonder Girls will be releasing a song with other famous artists for a U.S. special album.

Wonder Girls will be working with other famous artists such as Christina Aguilera and Jason Mraz to release a special Christmas album, A Very Special Christmas. It was revealed that the producer of this album had wanted to work with the Wonder Girls.

The special album will be released on October 16. All proceeds from this album will go to the Special Olympics for the disabled. This album has donated their proceeds to this cause since 1987.

JYP Entertainment commented, "Wonder Girls are the ambassadors for the Pyeongchang Special Olympics and that's how they were able to meet the producer of this special album. After the girls released their song, 'Like Money' with Akon, the producer was even more interested in working with them."

They will also be attending the KIISFM Christmas concert, "Jingle Ball Show" along with Psy on December 1-2 at the L.A. Nokia Theater.

Tagged :  Wonder Girls, Christina Aguilera, Jason Mraz, Special Christmas, JYP Entertainment

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