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Something to Believe in

Stars of stage and sceen on hand to help

Kelli and Rosie O’Donnell came out to support the Only Make Believe 2004 Benefit, which brings laughter and creativity to terminally ill children in hospitals. Legit actors arrived at the hospitals to perform for the children. The event took place at the Show Club in New York on Nov. 1, with an after party at the Bryant Park Grill.

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