The 12th Annual Lupus LA Orange Ball took place at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel on Thursday, May 24th, with a performance by multi-platinum recording artist Natasha Bedingfield.

Natasha Bedingfield Supports Lupus LA
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Six-time Grammy Award-winning┬« recording artist and Lupus LA board member Toni Braxton joined Hollywood’s stars as a guest of this exclusive event, along with Honorees Dr. Soram Khalsa (Daniel J. Wallace Founders Award) and Pfizer Pharmaceuticals (Medical Visionary Award).

Sophie Monk poses at the Lupus LA Orange Ball
Sophie Monk poses at the Lupus LA Orange Ball
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Celebrity supporters joining Natasha and Toni for the evening included Paula Abdul, Karina Smirnoff, Sophie Monk, Hal Sparks, Josh Altman, Verdine White (musician, Earth, Wind & Fire), Michael Steger (90210), Phill Lewis (Suite Life on Deck), Kellie Martin (Smooch), Carolyn Hennesy (Cougar Town) and Roshon Fegan (Dancing with the Stars).

“We are beyond thrilled that multi-platinum recording artist Natasha Bedingfield is performing at the Orange Ball this year,” says Lupus LA Chairman, Adam Selkowitz. “The Orange Ball is our biggest fundraiser and having her involved will bring more awareness to both our non-profit organization and to the disease. We are grateful to all of our supporters that we continue to grow each and every year.”

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