During the premiere of the documentary Keep a Child Alive, last Tuesday (29), Bono, U2 leader, interrupted a speech by Alicia Keys and said, "it is scary, is not it?". The information is from Us Magazine.
The singer also said Alicia, a mother of Egypt and wife of Swizz Beatz, has the "energy of a lioness." "I was terrified when I met her. I was shaking," said the Irishman. "I was very touched to see her sing, but more interesting is what she asked me, were difficult issues," he said. Like Bono, Aicia Keys also has a humanitarian work hard. She began to help Keep a Child Alive in 2003. The institution helps people affected by HIV in Africa and India. The singer believes that the documentary will get more help for the project. Keep a Child Alive will air this Thursday (1), World Day to Combat AIDS, on Showtime in the United States.