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Wet n Wild making a $50,000 donation to amfAR

January 1, 2014

Wet n Wild and its global beauty ambassador Fergie joined Walgreens in making a $50,000 donation to amfAR amidst a plethora of celebrity and industry attendees at an exclusive party held at New York City’s Tao Downtown. The event was the pop star’s first public appearance since welcoming her first child, Axl Jack Duhamel, in August.

Longtime supporter of amfAR, the American foundation for AIDS research, Fergie and Wet n Wild collaborated this year in curating her Perfect Pout Lip Color in V.I.Pink for the cause. As part of her Fergie CenterStage Collection sold exclusively at Walgreens, the three parties pledged to donate $0.50 from each sale of her lipstick to amfAR. They presented the Foundation with a check totaling over $50,000 at the bash.
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