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Get Out! Magazine Presents Encore Performance to Benefit Homeless Youth

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Get IN For Get Out! Event - June 26th, 2020
NEW YORK - EntSun -- In May of this year, Get Out! Magazine and producer Jason E. Abrams presented the online special, "Get IN: Get Out! Magazine & Friends for The Ali Forney Center" - a fundraiser benefiting the Ali Forney Center (an organization which helps homeless LGBTQ youth).  Due to the overwhelming response of that event, a special expanded encore presentation with added celebrities and performances will stream via YouTube during NYC Pride Weekend on Friday, June 26, 2020 at 8 pm EST. (www.youtube.com/GetOutMagazinePresents)

With Rupaul Drag Race's Honey Davenport returning as the host of this event, "Get IN" will feature a variety of celebrities and personalities coming from their own homes during this live-stream event. The lineup includes the following –

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Dionne Warwick, Freda Payne, CeCe Peniston, Crystal Waters, Perez Hilton, Narada Michael Walden, Leon, Brenda K. Starr, Tuck & Patti, Pia Zadora, Scherrie Payne, Ian Buchanan, Shannon, Lisa Lisa, Paul Anthony of the Legendary Full Force, Shannon, Thelma Houston, Vivian Reed, Cheyenne Elliott, Ada Vox, Alison Arngrim, Ananda Lewis, Carol "SalSoul" Williams, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Chad Michaels (as Cher), Chris Cox, Cyre, Daniel Reichard, David Hernandez, Dwight Allen O'Neal, Gianna Isabella, Ian Guerin, Jack Tracy, Jermaine Sellers, Jessica Lynn, Kristine W, Kristy Kay, Kyle Knight, Lisette Melendez, Lovari, Matt Namer of The FMs, Michelle Berting Brett, Michael Fairman, Mickey Burns, Mike Ruiz, Pretty Poison Ft. Jade Starling, Reina, Samantha Cole, Sayonne,  Scott Page, Sir Ari Gold, Smooth B, SoHo Johnny, Sue Wong, Thea Austin, Tym Moss, Wanda Dee and more.

Entertainment consultant Jason E. Abrams, who has worked with artists such as Grammy Award winning legends Dionne Warwick and Roberta Flack, returns as producer of this event. "While safe at home during the pandemic  I was becoming deeply concerned about the homeless population and recognized that the homeless LGBTQ youth are at an alarmingly high risk for Covid-19 and need a safe place to turn to," said Abrams. "The Ali Forney Center is where many of these young individuals can be safely fed and housed. This benefit will help them continue to do so. Get IN's diverse lineup of caring entertainers, philanthropists and LGBTQ community advocates will show these youths that they are worthy of our support."

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The ongoing mission of the Ali Forney Center is to protect LGBTQ+ youth from the harms of homelessness and empower them with the tools needed to live independently. For more information, log onto https://aliforneycenter.donordrive.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=donate.event&eventID=1

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