American pop singer Christina Aguilera has been roped in as the international spokesperson for the World Hunger Relief organisation.
The 28-year-old, who is a mother of one, has joined the campaign in a bid to highlight the plight of millions of children who face death by starvation every year, reported contactmusic.com.
Aguilera took to the streets of Hollywood Wednesday to film a public service broadcast to send her message across America and she hopes her fame can push people into helping the cause.
"It's unacceptable a child dies every six seconds somewhere around the world from hunger. By lending my voice for World Hunger Relief, I hope to raise awareness about the issue and move people from hunger to hope," she said.