Celebrities Open Their Homes for Charity

Lifetime Larger LogoCelebrities are opening up their homes and turning over some of their memorabilia and it’s all to help out their favorite charities. Created by Lance Bass, Celebrity Home Raiders featuring celebs turning over some of their prized possessions will debut on Lifetime on March 6, 2014 at 10pm ET/PT. The new unscripted series has an eight episode season one run, with Kit Hoover hosting and Darren Julien and Martin Nolan from Julien’s Auctions on board as auctioneers.
The Details:
In each half-hour episode of Celebrity Home Raiders, host Kit Hoover and renowned auctioneers Darren Julien and Martin Nolan from Julien’s Auctions, reminisce with celebrities as they search through their belongings for beloved treasures to be auctioned off, with proceeds benefiting a charity of each celebrity’s choice. The stars invite Kit, Darren and Martin into their homes to discuss the history and sentiment of their personal memorabilia while haggling over each item’s value. Potential items up for auction include David Hasselhoff’s replica of KITT from Knight Rider, an Axe guitar owned and used by Gene Simmons from KISS, and many other highly coveted items. Will the objects’ final price meet the celebrities’ expectation and – more importantly – will they reach their charitable donation goals?
The Celebrities and Their Charities:
David Cassidy benefiting Alzheimer’s Association of America
David Hasselhoff benefiting Starlight Foundation
Debbie Gibson benefiting Children International
Fran Drescher benefiting Cancer Schmancer
Ice T & Coco benefiting The Long Island Bulldog Rescue Group
Lance Bass benefiting The Trevor Project
Rick Harrison benefiting Voice Health Institute
Simmons Family benefiting Sophie’s Place Center for Abused Children
Source: Lifetime
-Posted by Rebecca Murray

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