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Stars Glam It Up In Charity Show

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Kristen Bell, Carmen Electra, Melinda Clarke, and Denise Richards, among loads of other celebrities, all worked the runway for charity just recently.

The ladies turned up for the Max Factor Fashion Show and strutted on the runway dressed in gowns, all of which are being auctioned off by Clothes Off Our Back. The money raised from the auctions will then be used to benefit children’s charities supported by the group.

“Bringing together fashion, beauty and charity is what our organization is all about,” said Jane Kaczmarek, actor, philanthropist and co-founder of Clothes Off Our Back. “We thank MAX Factor, the stylists, the designers and the celebrities for their generous support and for sharing their good fortune with our organization.”

Unfortunately, the most hyped-up news to come out of the event was Carmen and Alison Sweeney‘s onstage spill, how sad is that?

Image credit: Superior Pics

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