What can audiences do to help the kids in the film?
Well, we really want audiences to take action, and there are various things that people can do. They can buy the soundtrack CD. And 100% of the profits from that go directly to help the kids in the film. Another thing that people can do is go to KeepAChildAlive.org, which is Alicia Keyes' charity, who are doing incredible things to help people in Africa get access to the drugs that are helping people live with HIV instead of it being a death sentence. They can also go to our web site - WeAreTogether.org - to find out various ways that they can help people affected, because it's a really important issue.
And how are the kids doing today?
They're doing really well. They're older. Every time I see them, it's shocking how much older they're getting. Slindile is in her final year at school, and she still wants to be a nurse, so she's studying very hard, and doing very well. Through the film, we are helping pay for education costs for the kids to go to school, so we are helping support her through that. All the kids recently came to England, and they performed at Nelson Mandela's concert, his 90th birthday at Hyde Park. It was an amazing event. Huge, huge concert. And they sang with Annie Lennox, so that was great. It was great to see them.