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Larry King Live Celebrity Oil Spill Telethon: It's On!

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Those rumors we’ve been hearing about Larry King’s celebrity-fueled telethon just became more solid thanks to a blog post by Ryan Seacrest. Here are the details:

This Monday, June 21, Ryan will be hosting in the Tweet Suite on “Larry King Live” for a live, two-hour Gulf Coast relief telethon from 8-10 P.M. ET on CNN. The telethon, called “Disaster in the Gulf: How You Can Help,” will be featuring three charities, so participants can pick which they would like to have their donation go toward. All the money raised will go to aid in rebuilding the Gulf Coast.

Celebrities slated to participate include Tim McGraw, Ted Danson, Chelsea Handler, Robert Redford, Harry Connick Jr., Kathy Griffin, Jenny McCarthy, Melania Trump, Ivanka Trump, Sting, Aaron Neville, Kerry Kennedy, James Carville and Mary Matalin, Anderson Cooper, Alyssa Milano, Deepak Chopra, Pete Wentz, Tyson Ritter, Lenny Kravitz, Ian Somerhalder, Jack Hanna, Sammy Kershaw and Philippe Cousteau.

Viewers donating will have a chance to choose one of three charities to direct their cash to. These include the United Way’s “Oil Spill Recovery fund”, The Nature Conservancy’s “Fund for Gulf Coast Restoration”, and The National Wildlife Federation’s “Gulf Oil Spill Restoration Fund”.

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