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Kristen Davis Auctions A Sex And The City Package On eBay

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First it was Colin.  Followed by Scarlett. Then it was Minnie. Next it was George. Then it wasn’t George. Now it’s Kristen. This song and dance is more confusing then Lindsay Lohan’s stance on animal rights.  Yes, it does seem that these days all the cool kids in town are eBaying their personals to help raise money for Oxfam-“an international relief and development organization that creates lasting solutions to povery, hunger and injustice”.

Now it’s being reported that Kristen Davis has also jumped on the Oxfam bandwagon and is auctioning off two VIP tickets to the Sex And The City premiere in New York City.  The full package is for you and a friend and includes a pair of Jimmy Choo shoes, professionally styled hair and make-up, and of course the chance to accompany Davis down the red carpet at the screening.

Davis says: “Oxfam’s mission is to alleviate poverty and injustice by helping people learn skills and create lives. I just got back from Africa and saw firsthand that we’re making a long-term difference. It gives me a sense of satisfaction.”

So if you just gotta “score” a little sex in the city, visit eBay and “do it” for a cause!

thanks: starpulse

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