LONDON (AFP) - A star-studded charity single for Haiti had its first airplay Tuesday, with Kylie Minogue, Rod Stewart, Robbie Williams and Susan Boyle among those teaming up to help quake victims. The version of REMs Everybody Hurts, co-organised by British television and music mogul Simon Cowell, will go on sale next weekend to raise funds for the hundreds of thousands affected by the January 12 quake. Other stars lending their voices to the version of REMs 1993 REM hit include Leona Lewis, JLS, Westlife and Joe McElderry, who won the last series of Cowells British talent show The X Factor Robbie Williams also reunited with his former Take That bandmates Gary Barlow and Mark Owen on the single, recorded in London and Los Angeles. Cowell, known for his acid-tongued appearances as a judge on reality TV shows American Idol and Britains The X Factor, garnered support from Prime Minister Gordon Brown for the single. The single will be available for download from February 7 and in record shops on February 8. The British government has said it will waive sales tax on purchases of the song. Money raised will be divided between Britains Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC), which has raised millions for Haiti victims, and the Helping Haiti campaign by the Sun newspaper, on whose website the song can be listened to.