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28 November 2012

Erin will be at the 12 Drags of Christmas on Dec 1

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12 Drags of Christmas
A-listers like Reba McEntire, Mary J. Blige and Pink will take the stage at Fifth Avenue on Saturday — if you’re willing to suspend disbelief just a little.

The second annual 12 Drags of Christmas, a charity drag show created by actress Erin Cummings (who appeared in the short-lived “Detroit 1-8-7”), also will feature entertainers portraying everyone from Cher, Tina Turner and Prince to Donna Summer and Lady Gaga.

Proceeds will benefit Mittens for Detroit, a 2-year-old nonprofit founded by Cummings that collects and distributes new gloves and mittens to those in need in metro Detroit. The Ruth Ellis Center, an organization that receives gloves from Cummings’ charity, also will benefit.

The center received about $7,000 during last year’s inaugural event. “It really helps support the operations of the Ruth Ellis Center, which provides support for homeless LGBT youth,” says the center’s Peter Van Dyke.

Last year, Cummings collaborated with Gary Baglio, owner of Royal Oak shop Five15, to transform his establishment’s always-entertaining Drag Queen Bingo event into a holiday drag extravaganza. “Gary is really creative and really knows how to put on a show,” says Cummings, who performed as Cher at last year’s show.

Though there’s no specific money goal this year, Cummings and Van Dyke hope to collect more than last year and continue to see the 12 Drags of Christmas grow.

Doors at 7 p.m. Saturday, show at 8 p.m., Fifth Avenue, 215 W. Fifth, Royal Oak, 248-629-9423. $25-$50, $100 VIP at Five15 or http://12drags.com.

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27 November 2012

Gallery Update - Made in Jersey

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Added to the Made in Jersey Episode Stills Gallery:

Ep103 Camelot


 

 

24 November 2012

CBS showing the filmed eps of "Made in Jersey"

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CBS has "Made in Jersey" back on their schedule airing Saturdays at 8pm EST showing the episodes that were filmed. Check your local listings.


 

 

20 November 2012

Pan Am coming to DVD on January 29

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The short-lived (14 episodes) program that aired on the ABC network - starring Christina Ricci (The Addams Family, Sleepy Hollow), Margot Robbie (Neighbours), Mike Vogel (The Help, Cloverfield, Grounded for Life) and Kelli Garner (G-Force) - is coming to DVD! This period piece set in the '60s tried to look as realistic for the era as possible, and included guest stars and recurring cast such as Annabelle Wallis (The Tudors), Jeremy Davidson (Salt, Army Wives), Jay O. Sanders (Green Lantern), Goran Višnjic (ER, Leverage), Erin Cummings (Detroit 1-8-7, Spartacus: Blood and Sand) and Ashley Greene (The Twilight Sage).

Sony is planning to release all 14 episodes to stores on January 29th for $30.99 SRP.

 

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16 November 2012

Photos of Erin at the Hob Nobble Gobble

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Erin tweeted:

With TWO powerful ladies: MI Sec of State Ruth Johnson & @AmericanConey owner Grace Keros @ParadeCo http://lockerz.com/s/261998745

 


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Erin tweeted:

Yes. That is an Olympic gold medal. And the kick-ass swimmer who won it at this year's games, @TylerClary @ParadeCo http://lockerz.com/s/262015650

 

 

 

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@steveeblast tweeted:

Me and @ErinLCummings at Hob Nobble Gobble at Ford Field Detroit pic.twitter.com/ckI0O0Fe

 

 


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@MMVPhotoVideo tweeted:

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erin cummings and I at the hob nobble gobble


 

 

2 November 2012

Photos of Erin at Parade Company VIP Pancake Breakfast

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Erin tweeted:

Hanging out with the float I rode on last year before flipping some pancakes for The Parade Company http://lockerz.com/s/258268322

 

 

 

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@PublicCityPR tweeted:

See the precise technique that @ErinLCummings uses to pour batter at this AM's @paradeco VIP pancake breakfast. pic.twitter.com/lDAFJn1c

 

 

 

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From the Mittens for Detroit Facebook:

Erin Cummings flips flap jacks at the The Parade Company VIP Pancake breakfast with Bob Bury, CEO of the Detroit Historical Society.


 

 

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