Jordin Sparks Designing Jewelry to Benefit Haiti

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Jordin Sparks Designing Jewelry to Benefit Haiti
Former American Idol winner Jordin Sparks is doing her part to give back to the victims of the earthquake in Haiti. Last week she participated in the all-star group of artists who banded together to record a remake of “We Are the World.”

And Hollyscoop also got the exclusive scoop on another project Miss Sparks is a part of, which combines fashion with charity. Jordin teamed up with Pennyroyal creator and designer Tim Foster to create her very own necklace design for the company’s Signature collection, and part of the proceeds will go to fund mobile medical units in Haiti.

Jordin said in a statement to Hollyscoop, "I am so excited to be working with Pennyroyal Silver on this project! Suki Desu means ‘I like’ or the more casual form of ‘I love’ in Japanese. I really like this phrase and it inspired the drawing. On the back it says, ‘I'm M.A.D., Are You?’ Just my way of encouraging you to do something positive to help someone else. 30% of the proceeds from the sale of this pendant will go to Sparks Charities to fund mobile medical clinics in Haiti. So technically, by purchasing this pendant you are M.A.D.!”

The pendant retails for $125, and is available on pennyroyalsilver.com And that’s not all our Idol alum is working on right now! Jordin is joining the cast of Bones, which she calls her favorite TV show. “I don’t know when yet,” she tells Hollyscoop. “But it’s definitely in the works.”

And of course we had to ask Jordin about her thoughts on Simon leaving American Idol. She tells us, “Well I can’t say I’m bummed. I might miss him a little. Actually I’ll miss him a whole lot because he’s awesome…He may come off harsh but overall he’s trying to help us.”

Jordin sounds like quite the busy girl! But it’s nice to see someone who’s so successful take the time out of her life to give back. Check out our interview with Jordin below.

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