The U2 front man's (RED) Shopathon will be held during Jimmy Kimmel's Tuesday night show

By Nicole Sands
November 30, 2015 05:00 PM

Scarlett Johansson and Barry Manilow are a vocal match made in heaven.

Johansson and the crooner who “writes the songs that make the whole world sing” have collaborated with Jimmy Kimmel for Bono‘s all-star (RED) campaign, which aims to establish an AIDS-free generation.

During Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Tuesday, which is dedicated entirely to the cause, anyone who donates $10 during the Shopathon presented by (RED) and VICE Media will have the chance to win “once-in-a-lifetime experiences,” including a football lesson from Tom Brady, a picturesque photo-op with Shaquille O’Neal, a contour makeover with Kim Kardashian West, the chance to attend a University of Texas football game with Matthew McConaughey and a portrait painting by James Franco.

And it’s the gift that keeps on giving. Bono isn t just the face of the campaign, but he’s one of the prizes, too. One lucky donor will win the chance to go on a bike ride with the U2 front man – nearly one year after he was hospitalized and underwent surgery following a biking accident in N.Y.C.’s Central Park.

Tune in to Jimmy Kimmel Live! on World AIDS Day, Tuesday at 11:35 p.m. on ABC for all the fun.

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