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Uploaded on May 2, 2011
Donny Osmond left the stage and came into the audience to sing "Puppy Love" to Betty White at the Paul Mitchell Schools' Magic of Memories Dinner. Both were there on behalf of charitable organizations they represent. Now in its 8th year, the schools' annual "FUNraising" campaign raised over $1.6 million for their nonprofit Andrew Gomez Dream Foundation and six other charities. Donny and Marie Osmond entertained the crowd and represented Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. Betty White was there on behalf of Morris Animal Foundation. Also on hand were Dolly Parton for her Imagination Library; Leeza Gibbons, who co-hosted the event for the 8th straight year on behalf of the Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation; and John Paul DeJoria, CEO and Chairman of John Paul Mitchell Systems, representing Food 4 Africa. Fran Drescher was unable to attend, but her Cancer Schmancer Foundation rounds out the organizations benefiting from this year's campaign. Learn more at www.paulmitchellschoolsfunraising.org