This is impressive!

Celebrities like Justin Bieber and George Clooney helped to raise more than $14 million during last night's Hand in Hand: A Benefit for Hurricane Relief telethon, and it was certainly an evening to remember. Stevie Wonder kicked off the festivities with a performance of "Lean on Me" and Leonardo DiCaprio and Jamie Foxx opened the phones.

Stars posted up in Los Angeles, New York, and Nashville to take calls and field donations that will go directly to Rebuild Texas Fund, Direct Relief, Feeding Texas, Habitat for Humanity, The Mayor’s Fund for Hurricane Harvey Relief (administered by the Greater Houston Community Foundation), Save the Children and United Way of Greater Houston.

Famous faces like Oprah and Matt Lauer shared real-life stories of the victims and the devastation the natural disasters inflicted, and Selena Gomez broke down while telling the tragic story of the Saldivar family, who were swept away in their van by the rising floodwaters.

"August 27, seven members of the Saldivar family tried to escape the rising flood waters. Their van is swept into the bayou, only Sammy Saldivar manages to survive. I come from Grand Prairie, about 250 miles away from the Saldivar’s home. Their story affected all who heard it and, no matter who we are, the differences we have suddenly did not seem to matter. Since that day, we have joined together. Neighbor helping neighbor without stopping to think about race, religion, or anything else," she said.

This is inspiring!