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entertainment_theatre_interview_kim_cattrall.jpgAll (male, and maybe a couple of female) hearts skipped a beat when they saw blonde bombshells Kim Cattrall and Kelly Ripa strut their stuff down the runway as part of the Heart Truth Red Dress fashion event at New York City. As part of the National Wear Red Day event that highlights awareness of women and heart disease, the event even featured First Lady Laura Bush, who is the health ambassador for the Healthy Truth campaign.

Also spotted at the red-letter celebration were Angela Bassett, Lauren Hutton, Phylicia Rashad, TV host Rachael Ray, and Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) founder Billie Jean King – who reportedly sashayed down the runway, the true diva that she is, to Michael Jackson’s hit tune, “Billie Jean”. Looks like more than a few hearts are a-fluttering at this benefit.

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