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- June 24, 2002
- Vol. 57
- No. 24
Celebs Swarm L.A.'s Pediatric AIDS Fund-Raising Fair, the Only Event That Boasts Tom Cruise and Rubber Duckies
After all, why sit still when you could test your surgical skills against Lisa Kudrow's in a life-size version of Operation or clobber pop-up alligators with Everybody Loves Raymond's Patricia Heaton? "Because I'm whacking my husband every week on the show, they figured I'd be good at it," said Heaton, one of dozens of celebrity volunteers at the annual fund-raiser, which raked in $2 million. Kathy Griffin oversaw the Rubber Ducky Dash. "It was brutally competitive," she reported. "Forest Whitaker hit me with a duck." Meanwhile, Jennifer Connelly regaled son Kai, 4, and other kids with Seuss's The Lorax. "It's his favorite," said her beau, A Beautiful Mind's Paul Bettany. "I've heard Jennifer read it about five times." By Cruise's count, that leaves 999, 995 times to go.
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