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This Celebrity "Do Good" Stuff Is Catching On….

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dogood.pngJust caught wind of a new blog today that reports on ‘Celebrity Do-Gooders’ and offers up some great interviews of famous folks and the causes they’re dedicated to. From the Press Release,

“The blog’s author, Lisa Iannucci, interviews celebrities – actors, singers, musicians, writers — who are personally connected to their favorite cause. Perhaps they have a condition and are using their voice to bring attention to a worthy cause; or perhaps a relative died of a disease and they are looking to raise funds. They will tell their story to http://celebrity-do-gooders.blogspot.com/. Visit the blog to read the first in-depth interviews with former American Idol contestant Ace Young, Trading Spaces Doug Wilson and actor John C. McGinley of Scrubs.”

So hey, go check it out. While we write the stuff, we just can’t get enough of reading about it too. Great to see some other sites out there pushing the ‘good’ celeb-vibe. Nice job, Lisa!

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