Emerging Magazine Celebrity Charity Events will present the 2010 Television & Music Video Awards Luxury Party, September 11, 2010, 1:00 PM to 9:00 PM in Beverly Hills, California to benefit Shining Star Kids of America.

The event was originally slated for August 27 & 28, 2010. Staff and sponsors requested the date be moved to include the American Music Awards Nominees, while celebrating Emmy Nominees, as well as past and present television stars.

“After discussing the date change with executives participating in the event, the agreement to change dates has proven to be the right choice,” says Emerging Magazine Managing Director, S. Rothe du Bois. “Our concern has been focused on what is best for the charity,” he adds.

The 2010 Emmy Celebration & American Music Awards Luxury Party features several live music performances during the day, charity silent auction, celebrity red carpet , designer fashion show, celebrity meet and greet, luxury lounge, television show premier, exotic car show and much more.

A list of celebrities have begun the process of confirmations for the fundraising event. A brief list of attending celebrities are Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jamie Kennedy, James Kyson Lee, Kate Clarke, Bruce Davison, Barry Williams, Charlene Tilton, Taylor Dayne, Katheryn Joosten, Oscar Nunez, Tawny Kitaen and many others. See more confirmed guests here.

Surprise celebrity guests will join in on the stage to remember the victims of September 11, 2001. The public is invited to attend this extraordinary event. Find more info here.

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