Lauryn Hill And Wyclef Reunite In Malaysia

Ex-Fugees Lauryn Hill

and Wyclef Jean roused appetites for a Fugees reunion yet again when the duo reunited

onstage at a charity concert Friday (March 18) for victims of the South Asian

tsunamis.

About 15,000 people attended the seven-hour concert at Stadium

Putra in Malaysia, the Associated Press reported.

"This is history in the making," Jean reportedly stated.

"Do you all understand what’s happening on this stage? I’m too emotional

right now."

In addition, Jean gave a touching tribute to tsunami victims

when he chanted "we’ll never forget the tsunami victims," then requested

that the stadium lights be turned off.

The audience then proceeded to wave lighted cell phones in the

dark arena.

Hill and Jean sang "Killing Me Softly," "Ready

or Not" and "Fu-Gee-La" from the Fugees’ 1996 album, The

Score.

The charity concert was organized by Force of Nature and raised

more than $2.6 million to rebuild communities in Indonesia, Thailand, Sri Lanka

and India ravaged by the tsunami disasters last December.

Former Malaysian

diplomat Razali Ismail, head of the organization and Malaysia’s tsunami emissary,

said the money raised from the concert would help to rebuild schools and infrastructure.

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