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Celeb Portraits To Benefit Charity Groups

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Want a pop art piece for your home? Then check out this latest project by Entertainment Tonight, pop artist Nicolosi, and several Hollywood stars. America Ferrera, Brad Pitt, Meryl Streep, Helen Mirren, and Jack Nicholson are just a few of the celebs who will be signing their own portraits, all done by Nicolosi, for ET’s Stars For A Cause. The portraits are going to be auctioned off, with the proceeds going to groups like The Prince’s Trust, The Film Foundation, and The Foundation for AIDS Research.

“We are always eager to support the charitable as well as professional endeavors of celebrities, so we readily embraced the opportunity to get involved with ‘Stars for a Cause,'” says LINDA BELL BLUE, executive producer of ET and “The Insider.” “Nicolosi is one of America’s most acclaimed pop artists, and he is the ideal choice to create paintings benefiting charities endorsed by the entertainment industry.”

The auction’s kicking off in June, so bidders around the world still have time to prepare their wallets and map out their bidding strategies. I wonder which portrait which fetch the highest price?

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