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Gwen Stefani Raises $120000 For Japan

By Charley Been, Starzlife (blog)

1239 days ago   Article ID# 1066115
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NEW YORK, NEW YORK (Starzlife (blog)) - Gwen Stefani has raised $120,000 for Japan earthquake and tsunami victims by hosting a Harijuku themed tea party in Los Angeles.

Stefani is a big time fan of the Japanese culture, as you may remember during her solo days she traveled with a group of Japanese dancers called the Harijuku Girls.

The fund raiser was in support of the Save the Children’s Japan Earthquake Emergency Fund and was held at the Royal/T Cafe in Culver City.

Tickets were auctioned off on her website, and guests received a special surprise when she performed with her ban, ‘No Doubt.’

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Updated 1239 days ago   Article ID# 1066115

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