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As reported earlier by, Avril Lavigne and Natalie Cole will perform at the Nancy Davis Foundation for Multiple Sclerosis' Race To Erase MS in May. We can now reveal the other celebrities who will be attending, and the list is long and varied.

Among the famous faces slated to attend are Tom Arnold, Shenae Grimes, Ed Begley Jr., Kristen Bell, Lara Flynn Boyle, Brooke Burke, Cheryl Burke, Sophia Bush, Kristin Cavallari, Cat Deeley, Haylie Duff, David Faustino, Daisy Fuentes, Teri Garr, Leeza Gibbons, Debbie Gibson, Heart, Anne Heche, Paris Hilton, Derek Hough, Stephanie Jacobsen, Kym Johnson, Kim Kardashian, Ali Landry, Joe Manganiello, Gilles Marini, Dr. Phil McGraw, Rickey Minor, Joel David Moore, Nancy O'Dell and many others.

Each year since its inception the celebrity filled gala has raised millions for the Nancy Davis Foundation for Multiple Sclerosis and its Center without Walls program, a selected network of the nation’s top seven research centers that operates with one mutual goal: to always communicate and never duplicate medical research.

Race to Erase MS will once again host a star-studded Tommy Hilfiger fashion show and special opening number by the cast of “Dancing with the Stars”. The evening will begin with a cocktail reception and silent auction at 6:30 pm – including fabulous celebrity autographed memorabilia, vacation getaways and experiential packages – followed by a one of a kind live auction featuring the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 Coup, gala dinner, and live entertainment.

The Race To Erase MS takes place at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles on May 7, 2010. Tickets and information are available here.

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