Stars to Give Away Their Own Money on Seacrest’s New E! Series

Nov 4, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Ryan Seacrest has teamed with E! for a new celebrity reality show, "Bank of Hollywood," in which stars and moguls field requests from ordinary people in need of financial help, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The initial run on E! will be eight episodes, commencing at 10 p.m. on Dec. 14.

Seacrest has recruited philanthropic panelists Candy Spelling, poker player Vanessa Rousso, Sean Patterson of Wilhelmina Models, and Pussycat Dolls singer Melody Thornton. Each one will give away their own money, from $2,000 up.

– Allison J. Waldman

4 Comments

  1. How does a person send their info in for review for a possible donation? My mother-in-law has cancer and now the hospital is stopping her treatments since Medicare only covers to a certain point. Her name is Dixie and I love her dearly – please let me know what options are there for assistance. Many Thanks.

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  3. Good day. First of all – nice blog! Secondly this information was also good and interesting to read, but I don’t think everything you have said is real truth. I will need to google about few things you have mentioned in your artcile to make sure. But anyway thanks for trying and good luck on writing other articles. P.S sorry for bad English, I aren’t English native speaker.

  4. Hello anyone who cares, I know you star’s get more than your share’s of letters. I am a disable 56 year old women, trying to take care of my 80 year old mom. I really had to quit work to soon, and move back home. I asked any of you for help, my mom’s home need a lot of repairs that i see no way in fixing. When i got sick in 2007 i lost my job, house, and car all in that order. Can someone help fix our home. Cool in winter, hot in summer, plumbing bad please help us.

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