(CBS SF) – Many fans all over the world is singing the praises and the music of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s ‘Hamilton.’ More than ever, celebrities like Ben Stiller, Kelly Clarkson and Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry is singing music from ‘Hamilton’ for a cause.

#Ham4All Challenge calls for participants to sing their favorite ‘Hamilton’ song on social media and help raise money for Miranda’s “Immigrants: We Get the Job Done Coalition,” a nonprofit focused on immigration rights.

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On Instagram, Ayesha and Stephen Curry challenged Olivia Munn and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson to donate and sing their favorite ‘Hamilton’ song. While rapping ‘The Schuyler Sisters,’ Miranda made a surprise cameo and perform along with the couple.

On Twitter, Ben Stiller and his daughter Ella also donated and passed on the challenge to Josh Groban and Lucas Steele.

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On the other hand, singer Kelly Clarkson challenged all her fans to make a donation to Miranda’s We Get the Job Done Coalition cause. Her favorite Hamilton song? “It’s Quiet Uptown”

Many performances can be seen on Twitter using the hashtag #Ham4All.

On Wednesday, Miranda released his music video for “Immigrants (We Get the Job Done)” that featured rappers K’naan, Residente, Snow Tha Product and Rogue One star Riz Ahmed.

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