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Celebs Raise Money For Charity – Even When on Canvas

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At the beginning of the year, Golden Globe winners entered the Entertainment Tonight post-show set and autographed their pop-culture portrait by Nicolosi. In total, he has 60 “Stars for a Cause” portraits that are almost ready to go up for auction.

When Lynn first reported on this back in March for Ecorazzi, the charities planning on receiving funds from the auction included The Prince’s Trust, The Film Foundation, and The Foundation for AIDS Research. Plans seem to have changed, however. Proceeds for the auction will be headed to The Prince’s Trust (as planned) and the Hollywood Museum.

The auction will take place on September 27 at the Hollywood Museum. Pre-registration is required. Of course, you can bid in real-time on eBay, as well…or even leave an absentee bid.

If hanging a picture of America Ferrera as Ugly Betty over your bed isn’t quite your cup of tea, you can swing by the Hollywood Museum and time from now through the auction to simply browse over the collection of celebrity portraits, including those of Ecorazzi faves Leonardo DiCaprio, George Clooney, and Matt Damon.

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