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Gwen Stefani Gives the Clothes Off Her Back

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Hots Nancy O’Dell of Access Hollywood and Samantha Harris of “Dancing with the Stars” kicked off the two-week long Isabella Oliver Celebrity Maternity Fashion Auction yesterday to benefit the Clothes Off Our Back Foundation. Founded by Jane Kaczmarek and Bradley Whitford, the foundation holds celeb charity auctions to benefit children’s programs. This year’s programs include America’s Second Harvest, The Art of Elysium, H.E.L.P. Malawi and Hope North.

While there were many famous faces at the kickoff tea and fashion event, including Denise Richards, Alison Sweeney, Julie Benz, and Anne Dudek, the list of stars who gave up some threads for charity is even more impressive. Along with garb given by many of the launch attendees, donations include a maternity top from Gwen Stefani, a wrap dress from Melissa Joan Hart, and items from Lindsay Lohan, Teri Hatcher, Julianna Margulies, Jenna Elfman and others.

Bidding continues until August 27. For more info, click here.

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