Music legend Stevie Wonder says he wants people who don't believe in climate change to open their eyes.
"Anyone who believes there's no such thing as global warming must be blind or unintelligent Lord, please save us all," he said on Tuesday evening at the 'Hand in Hand' telethon for hurricane relief.
Stars from movies, TV and music gathered across the country for the telethon to raise money for victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
Wonder kicked off the hour-long charity event and pulled no punches when it came to addressing the big issue that's been circulating around the discussion of the storms; climate change.
He spoke about coming together, regardless of race, religion, political affiliation or sexual preference to help those devastated by the storms. However, he closed the speech by taking a shot at those who deny climate change, before launching into his rendition of Bill Withers' 'Lean on Me'.
Stars like Beyonce, Blake Shelton, Barbra Streisand, Bruce Willis, Stephen Colbert, Oprah Winfrey took calls and gave speeches to ask America for donations to help those affected by the recent tragedies in Texas, Florida and the Caribbean.