AJ McLean Fights For Diabetes Victims & Music

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AJ McLean, in conjunction with his organization the Johnny No Name Foundation, has released a video describing the whole concept of Johnny No Name as well as how AJ is using it to help save music programs in school and raise money for people with diabetes. In the video, Johnny performs Brian McKnight’s ‘Back to One’ and Tonic’s ‘When She Says She Loves Me.’ VH1 representatives come in to personally thank the star for what he has done, helping them giving over $250,000 to public school music programs and putting up over $1 million of his own money. Johnny No Name also sits down to talk about diabetes with two victims. Howie Dorough also weighs in. The background music for the 4 minute, 7 seconds video consists of unheard of parts of the song ‘Happy,’ written and produced by AJ. Later this year, AJ will embark on another solo venture as Johnny No Name which will raise more money for VH1’s charity programs and Diabetes organizations.

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3 thoughts on “AJ McLean Fights For Diabetes Victims & Music

  1. Michael says:

    Diabetes today is mostly caused by a lifestyle that has less exercise and too much sugar. Diabetes can be easily avoided by just doing simple exercises each day like jogging and avoiding sugars. If you already have diabetes, exercise is still the best way to manage it. Food supplements like Charantia and Chromium also helps.

  2. Caramoan says:

    Diabetes can be prevented by just having a physically active lifestyle. Just exercise everyday and avoid eating too much. Avoid sweets and high carb foods too.

  3. Eileen says:

    Diabetes is not always a choice. Not for those with Type 1 who were living completely normal lives before this devastating disease changed them forever. As someone living with type 1 for 17 years, please think before you speak…

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