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Ugly Betty to Bond at AIDS show

Aug. 18, 2008 at 10:13 AM   |   Comments

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LOS ANGELES, Aug. 18 (UPI) -- Television stars America Ferrera, Emily Deschanel and Neil Patrick Harris attended the AIDS Healthcare Foundation's benefit in Los Angeles, say organizers.

Organizers of the benefit, held Saturday night, said it had a 1960s theme and the stars didn't disappoint, USA Today reported Monday. Three cast members from the ABC show "Ugly Betty," including Ferrera, Ana Ortiz and Mark Indelicato, took the stage to do a James Bond-inspired skit while young Indelicato performed a version of Michael Jackson's "I Want You Back."

From the Fox show "Bones" came Deschanel and Eric Millegan, who performed as Sonny and Cher, with Deschanel amazing the crowd as Cher in long black wig, USA Today reported.

Also on the bill was Harris, who, with prompting from the audience, turned "Puff the Magic Dragon" into an X-rated take-off called "Ruby the Magic Unicorn."

Transsexual actress Candis Cayne of ABC's "Dirty Sexy Money" also made an appearance, reportedly wowing the crowd with a version of Ann-Margret's "Thirteen Men."

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