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  • Posted February 21, 2011 by
    celebbuzzz
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    Jane Seymour Opened Hearts At Her Star Studded Gala

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     celebbuzzz told me, 'The party was like no other fundraiser I had ever been to... It was a celebration, it was a party, it was a wild red carpet ride.'
    - hhanks, CNN iReport producer

    All of my friends are stars, some of them just happen to be celebrities!

    Malibu was buzzing with excitement Saturday night as Jane Seymour, known best for her leading role in the acclaimed television series “Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman” opened her home to Hollywood elite in the name of opening their hearts.

    The Open Hearts Foundation’s inaugural celebration recognized the achievements of four outstanding individuals - each with an inspiring story that exemplified the organization’s mission. Established to raise funds to enrich the lives of children, The Open Hearts Foundation has taken on the challenge (as only Jane can) in the name of health, the arts, sports and education.

    Even the wet weather could not keep the likes of  Emmitt Smith, David Foster, Katharine McPhee, Robin Roberts, Cheryl Burke (Dancing With The Stars) singer India Arie and Jakob Dylan from burning up the red carpet.

    All against the backdrop of the spectacular home of Jane and husband James Keach.

    The night was electric!  So much so, that I came out from behind the camera to interview Jane… Along with a few of her “uber fab” guests!

     

    Congratulations to those recognized for their hardwork and dedication...

     

    Susan Rizzo Vincent: Drea’s Dream Foundation
    Jesse Billauer: Life Rolls On
    Pat and Emmitt Smith: Pat and Emmitt Smith Charities

    Robin Roberts

     

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