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Deborah Gibson will be joined by a long list of celebrities on Tuesday, April 28, at Café La Boheme in West Hollywood for a benefit event for the Gibson Girl Foundation. The evening will include dinner & live performances from Pop/Broadway star Deborah Gibson; Ryan Black’s 88’s Cabaret, stars from television, stage & film and special performances from the kids from “Deborah Gibson’s Electric Youth.”

Additionally, a silent & live auction will include rare items from The Fray, the Jonas Brothers, New Kids On The Block, Pierce Brosnan, Donny and Marie Osmond, Paris Hilton and others, as well as amazing travel packages, tickets and backstage passes to top Vegas shows, an intimate musical evening with Deborah Gibson, and more.

Expected celebrities include: Deborah Gibson, Jeremy Piven, Shannon Elizabeth, Lorenzo Lamas, Jonathan Knight, Vivica Fox, Michael Rosenbaum, Nolan Funk, Samantha Droke, John Lloyd Young, Dick Van Patten, Jimmy Van Patten, Greg Fellows, Gabrielle Union, Eden Espinosa, Dave Coulier, Zoe Myers, Scott Bakula, Sharon Case, The Clique Girls, Brando Eaton, Lisa FOXX, Savvy & Mandy (Radio Disney) and others.

The event is open to the public and General Admission Tickets are available for only $25 (Includes performance); Premiere tickets $100 (Includes dinner and performance with main floor seating); and VIP Tickets $250 (Includes VIP preferred seating, VIP menu selection, performance, private post-performance meet-and-greet with Celebrities and Electric Youth Performers, a photo with Deborah Gibson, a VIP Gift Bag, and cocktails).
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The Gibson Girl Foundation awards scholarships to young performers. In 2008 alone, Gibson Girl Foundation provided more than $75,000 in scholarships to kids in need allowing them to attend the Los Angeles Summer Camp of “Deborah Gibson’s Electric Youth” as well as songwriting intensives, recording boot camps, and the New York City Winter Camp of “Deborah Gibson’s Electric Youth.”

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