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Dancing With the Stars, Vote With AT&T

October 8th, 2007 · 7 Comments

AT&T has teamed up with this season’s “Dancing With the Stars” to offer viewers a chance to vote for their favorite dancing couple via text messaging for the very first time!

Voting is easy, just text VOTE to your favorite couple’s unique 4-digit number, see the list below:

Jennie Garth & Derek: 3401

Sabrina Bryan & Mark: 3403

Marie Osmond & Jonathan: 3404

Melanie Brown & Maks: 3405

Jane Seymour & Tony: 3406

Cameron Mathison & Edyta: 3407

Floyd Mayweather & Karina: 3408

Helio Castroneves & Julianne: 3409

Mark Cuban & Kym: 3411

Wayne Newton & Cheryl: 3412

Plus, after each telecast, AT&T customers will have access to exclusive, unaired video footage from the program on their wireless device.

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The HRC 11th Annual National Dinner | Sheryl Swoopes, Matthew Broderick Support Human Rights Campaign

October 8th, 2007 · No Comments

The HRC 11th Annual National Dinner | Sheryl Swoopes, Matthew Broderick Support Human Rights Campaign

WASHINGTON – On Saturday night, the Human Rights Campaign hosted its 11th Annual National Dinner at the Washington, D.C. Convention Center.

Event Featured Sheryl Swoopes, Matthew Broderick, Cast Members of ABC’s “Ugly Betty,” and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi

Michael Urie and Rebecca Romijn of ABC’s \

Michael Urie and Rebecca Romijn of ABC’s “Ugly Betty” accept the National Arts & Culture Award on behalf of the groundbreaking “Ugly Betty” show at the Human Rights Campaign’s Eleventh Annual National Dinner.(c) Judy Rolfe/HRC

Speaker of the House and National Equality Award recipient Nancy Pelosi with HRC President Joe Solmonese and Judy Shepard at the Human Rights Campaign’s Eleventh Annual National Dinner

Speaker of the House and National Equality Award recipient Nancy Pelosi with HRC President Joe Solmonese and Judy Shepard at the Human Rights Campaign’s Eleventh Annual National Dinner. (c) B Proud/HRC

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