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Three real-life “dynamos” walked the red carpet with Mery

August 6, 2008

Three real-life “dynamos” walked the red carpet with Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan and Christine Baranski at the world premiere of “Mamma Mia!” in London on June 30. Janet Moland, Chris Drake and Michele Garel were the winning trio in Pond’s “Search for the Dynamos” singing contest. The women enjoyed a long weekend of glitz and glamour with their all-expenses-paid trip to London to attend the red carpet event. Pond’s, as an official skin care sponsor of the Universal Pictures’ flick, searched for trios of sexy, sassy, confident 40+ women to sing—just like the “Donna & the Dynamos” from the film. The winning trio from Dayton, OH, includes a mother, a rocker and an insurance agent who have been friends for more than 15 years. They were crowned winners of the national contest by a panel of expert judges and by people’s votes from across the nation. Four runner-up trios each received a pink iPod nano. More info: www.ponds.com

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