Tuesday, April 17, 2012

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Go Backstage with Anderson Cooper on the Set of Anderson in NYC

Anderson is being auctioned off with the proceeds benefiting PS 41, The Greenwich Village School. Anderson/AC360 have participated in auctions before for the Bob Woodruff Foundation but this is the first one we've seen that involves the talk show.

A The proceeds for this item benefit PS41 - The Greenwich Village School

Terms: Valid for 2 people. Travel and accommodations not included. Based on a mutually agreeable time within one year. Cannot be resold or re-auctioned. Winning bidder and guest(s) subject to security screening.

Here's the current bid board. If you're interested in placing a bid just follow the link.






Alerts went out yesterday that Anderson Cooper has agreed to be on Jeopardy! Power Players. Jeopardy! Power Players Week will tape in front of an audience at DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C., on April 21, and air May 14-18. Each player will walk away with at least $10,000 for the charity of their choice, with the winner of each game set to receive a minimum of $50,000 for their cause.
Besides Cooper other contestants will include:
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, NBA's all-time leading scorer
Lewis Black, stand-up comedian
Anderson Cooper, host of Anderson Cooper 360 and Anderson
David Faber, host of CNBC's The Faber Report and Squawk on the Street
Thomas L. Friedman, The New York Times
Robert Gibbs, Former White House Press Secretary
Katty Kay, BBC World News America anchor
Chris Matthews, host of MSNBC's Hardball and NBC's The Chris Matthews Show
Kelly O'Donnell, NBC News correspondent
Lizzie O'Leary, CNN correspondent
Dr. Mehmet Oz, host of The Dr. Oz Show
Clarence Page, Chicago Tribune
Dana Perino, co-host of Fox News Channel's The Five
Chuck Todd, NBC News correspondent
Chris Wallace, Fox News Sunday anchor

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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

If you Google PS 41 Greenwich Village School you find that it is a school that serves the children of actors, entertainers, college and university professors and while they are under the NYC schools they have a chef come from the Gramercy Tavern to help prepare lunches. While the school does have great programs it appears to cater to the elite population and I would not bid a penny of my money to help them. What about the poorer schools that really need help, what happened to helping them. Sorry I just don't get it. Power of the 1% I guess.

Anonymous said...

The auction for PS 41 in Greenwich Village is already too high for me. I just need to win the lottery first.

I have no idea why Anderson is doing this auction for PS 41; does anyone know if he has any connection to the school?

Looking forward to seeing Anderson on Jeopardy again. I know the first time he did it his charity was the American Heart Association. Wonder what his charity will be this time around. If not the AHA or PS 41 maybe a charity helping Haiti or the Gulf Coast?

Jaanza

Steph said...

Anderson is playing for The Trevor Project this time!

Anonymous said...

His charity will be The Trevor Project:

http://www.wjla.com/pictures/2012/04/jeopardy-power-players-announced-celebrities-to-compete-for-charities-of-choice/anderson-cooper-20257-1451.html

Anonymous said...

@7:42PM: Everything Anderson does is for promotion and publicity.
It is rare that he actually donates his time or "gives a damn."
And if you noticed the bidding started way lower this time.
He's lucky if anyone gives over two thousand.
Right now, I wouldn't give two cents.
And as far as Jeopardy goes, I didn't see him the first time, when he was actually charitable, and I don't want to watch his self promotion this time either.