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Noble Awards To Honor Celebrity Charity Support

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This coming October in Los Angeles, the first-annual Noble Awards will take place honoring charities and the celebrities that support them. Ten non-profit charity organizations will be honored during the Noble Awards ceremony; including The Art of Elysium, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, DoSomething.org and The Epilepsy Foundation.

According to the official (and lite-on-details) website, the show will blend live musical entertainment with celebrity appearances; providing “an international platform to bring awareness of non-profits and their causes to the greater public.” Looktothestars.org drops some tidbits that Alicia Keys and Heroes’ Greg Grunberg will be involved — as well as the interesting note that Antonia Banderas designed the NOBLE award.

We have no official list as of yet which celebrities will be honored, but the website appears to hint at Jessica Biel and Jamie Lee Curtis getting some love. The show will run October 18th, so look for more right here as we get it.

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