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Look To The Stars is proud to be associated with a special charity party being held in Hollywood this weekend featuring a number of celebrity guests.

The Bash has been organized by a group of teenage girls – Teens Helping Teens – including Hayley Hasselhoff – daughter of David – and Autumn Chiklis, daughter of Michael Chiklis, who wanted to support the Children's Hospital Los Angeles. The founders of the event are Nathalia Ramos (Disney Bratz) and Bosilika An, and the board includes Mady Feder, Marissa Lepor, Savanah Slotkin, Ellen Basser and Zelda Williams (daughter of Robin Williams).

“Around Christmas, Teens Helping Teens noticed that the teens in the hospital were really lacking things to keep them entertained,” explained David Hasselhoff. "The kids that have to stay in the hospital are often there for a really long time and a lot of them are in isolation wards and can’t really communicate with anyone but the nurses and their families. The girls of Teens Helping Teens went around and asked all these kids what they wanted the most to make their stay more comfortable and almost all of them said they wanted a computer or a PlayStation or something that would occupy them without risking them getting sick.

“The girls decided that they were going to do something about it and have organized a huge Young Hollywood party that’s taking place in May. They’ve got Fred Segal doing a fashion show, Steve Aoki is going to DJ, and Rumer Willis is going to host. All the proceeds will go toward helping these sick kids feel a little bit better. They’re going to purchase Wiis, PlayStations, Macs and all sorts of things that will help these children get through their illness."

Also performing at the party will be Nikka Costa.

The Bash party will take place at the Crustacean Restaurant in Beverly Hills on Sunday, May 17.

For information and tickets, go to the official The Bash of All Bashes website. To watch Look To The Stars’ interview with David and Hayley Hasselhoff, click here.

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