"It's truly an honour to perform for the troops. Through Operation MySpace, I get to serve my country by doing what I love to do in front of thousands of brave men in uniform. It's every girl's dream!" The Daily Telegraph quoted Simpson, as saying in a statement. The event will also include other acts like and DJ Z-Trip.
"For years troops stationed all over the world have utilised MySpace as a lifeline to communicate with their loved ones back home. Many of them have been generous enough to share their unique experiences with me through messages on MySpace," said MySpace's co-founder, Tom Anderson. "I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to thank them in person and bring along the entire MySpace community," he added.