Cameo Stars and All-Star Celebrity Line-Up Deliver Holiday Cheer Straight to Consumers' Facebook Pages

Consumers Can Have Kim Kardashian, Carmen Electra, Tony Romo, Reggie Bush, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Ja Rule, and Others Wish Their Friends & Family Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays

A Portion of Cameo Stars' Holiday Proceeds Throughout December Will Be Donated To Participating Celebrities' Charity Of Choice

Dec 20, 2010, 12:24 ET from Cameo Stars

NEW YORK, Dec. 20, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Cameo Stars, the world's first and only application enabling celebrities to make virtual appearances in the everyday lives of fans via their social networking pages and mobile devices launched their holiday Cameo collection. These fun virtual greetings are sent by consumers to their friends' Facebook pages, where the celebrities come to life and wish them a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, or Happy Holidays, in high-definition with no background or borders.

Holiday Cameos can be sent on Facebook for $1 each using Facebook Credits, the virtual currency that users easily obtain on Facebook with a credit card, PayPal, or other payment methods.

In addition to the holiday Cameos that can be sent as the perfect last-minute gift for friends and family, Cameo Stars created the "Cameo Stars 4 Causes" holiday initiative. Throughout the month of December, Cameo Stars is donating 20% of proceeds from the holiday-themed "Cameos" from some of today's biggest personalities, musicians, and superstar athletes including Kim Kardashian, Carmen Electra, Tony Romo and Reggie Bush to each celebrity's charity of choice. Cameo Stars will also donate up to an additional $10,000 to the charity whose celebrity sponsor has the most holiday Cameos sent through December 31st.

Celebrities participating in "Cameo Stars 4 Causes" this holiday season include: television personality Kim Kardashian (Dream Foundation), actress Carmen Electra (Make-A-Wish Foundation), Dallas Cowboys' quarterback Tony Romo (Make-A-Wish Foundation), New Orleans Saints' Reggie Bush (Make It Right Foundation), NASCAR's Dale Earnhardt Jr. (Dale Jr. Foundation), former Disney "Cheetah Girl" Adrienne Bailon (Foundation for Advancement of Women Now), hip hop legend Ja Rule (LIFE Camp), Grammy-award winning violinist Miri Ben-Ari (Gedenk Movement), model and television personality Rachelle Leah (American Breast Cancer Association), 2010 Playboy Playmate of The Year Hope Dworaczyk (Alzheimer's Foundation of America), New Orleans Saints' Darren Sharper (United Ways of Louisiana), singer/actress Lauren Mayhew (Malaika for Life), and Detroit Lions' Ndamukong Suh (Ndamukong Suh Family Foundation).

To view these celebrities' holiday cameos and to help support their charities of choice, please visit http://apps.facebook.com/cameostars. To see how each celebrity is doing in the "Cameo Stars 4 Causes" campaign, current standings can be seen at: http://www.facebook.com/cameostars?v=app_171475416216922.

The application is appropriate for all Facebook users.

For more information about the company, please visit www.cameostars.com, and follow Cameo Stars on Twitter at www.twitter.com/cameostars.

About Cameo Stars

Cameo Stars is a social entertainment company that in 2010 launched the first and only application that enables celebrities to make virtual cameo appearances in the everyday lives of fans.  Consumers can now collect or send top entertainers and athletes to perform and deliver a variety of personal messages directly in the consumer's, or their friend's, social network page or mobile device.  Invented, created, and distributed by the company, the "social cameos" transform exclusive celebrity content into virtual goods designed expressly for the intimate stage that social media provides.  For more information on Cameo Stars and its offerings, please visit www.cameostars.com.

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