According to WBay, Dancing With The Stars Peta Murgatoryd and all of those who attended and participated in the “Dancing with Our Stars” event in Green Bay, Wisconsin last night, helped to raise more than $500,000 for the American Red Cross. Below is some video footage. Also, be sure you see Peta’s twitter account as she’s been posting some amazing photos from the night. Go Peta!!!
DWTS Peta Murgatroyd To Judge American Red Cross of Northeast Wisconsin’s Dancing with Our Stars 2014
This is fun…and cool too since it’s for a charity event. According to the Green Bay Press Gazette, Dancing With The Stars Peta Murgatroyd is going to judge Green Bay, Wisconsin’s version of Dancing With The Stars. Note how she will be performing as well in a “Polka With Peta” dance. Below is more…
Peta Murgatroyd, who teamed with former Green Bay Packers receiver Donald Driver to win Season 14 of ABC-TV’s “Dancing with the Stars,” will serve as a celebrity judge this February for the local version of the show.
The American Red Cross of Northeast Wisconsin’s “Dancing with Our Stars 2014” event features 11 community members, known as “star dancers.” The dancers compete to raise the most money and take home the coveted Fundraising Mirror Ball Trophy.
Murgatroyd joins fellow judges Chris Roth of WBAY-TV, Channel 2 and Nick Vitrano of WIXX (101.1 FM). They will verbally critique and privately score each dance. At the end of the night those scores will be combined to determine the winner.
Among the unique experiences connected to Murgatroyd’s appearance is the “Polka with Peta” in which someone attending the event will take center stage that night and perform the official Wisconsin state dance with the celebrity judge.
This is really cool!! In an official announcement made today, Disney/ABC Television has announced plans to dedicate this coming Monday, November 5th, as a “DAY OF GIVING” across their news, daytime, syndication, primetime, and late night programming. “Good Morning America,” “LIVE with Kelly and Michael,” “The View,” “The Chew,” “Katie,” “Dancing With The Stars,” “World News with Diane Sawyer,” ABC Owned Stations & Local ABC Affiliates, “Nightline” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live” will all participate. The comprehensive response follows the Walt Disney Company’s $2 Million donation for relief and rebuilding efforts to help those impacted by Hurricane Sandy. You can read the official announcement at ABC News. Below are details for how each show (including Dancing With The Stars) is scheduled to help in encouraging viewers to donate. Please All, do what you can to help!!! Here is a direct link to the American Red Cross. Even if it’s the smallest amount, you can make a difference and help to comfort someone!!!
“Good Morning America” will start the “Day of Giving” by dedicating the entire 8:00 a.m. hour to raising money for Sandy Relief efforts. ABC News anchors, reporters and employees will band together to encourage people to donate to the American Red Cross.
The torch will pass to “LIVE with Kelly and Michael,” where the show will integrate “Day of Giving” messaging into their highly anticipated Halloween episode (which was moved due to the impact of the storm).
The ladies of “The View” will discuss the “Day of Giving” and encourage their audience to donate to the American Red Cross relief efforts, and “The Chew” will do the same.
“Katie,” which designated the entire hour on Wednesday, October 31 to Hurricane Sandy, will take up the mantle of the “Day of Giving” and engage her viewers in these relief efforts as well.
The ABC Owned Stations and local ABC affiliates will integrate “Day of Giving” messaging into their local news throughout the day, calling on their local communities to help those impacted by the storm.
“World News with Diane Sawyer” will participate with messaging around “Day of Giving” and the continuing impact of the storm.
“Dancing With The Stars” is planning to personalize sections of the live show Monday night with “Day of Giving” messaging.
“Nightline” will devote time to the “Day of Giving” and the impact of Hurricane Sandy, and “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” which has been airing from Brooklyn all this week and encouraging viewers to give to the Red Cross to help rebuild that impacted areas, will end the “Day of Giving” on Monday with special messaging and calls to action for his viewers.