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Madonna and Angelina Jolie's Pictures Up for Charity Exhibition to Help Haitian

January 28, 2010 (6:54 am) GMT
Collection of celebrities' pictures including Madonna, Angelina Jolie, Lady GaGa and others have been displayed at Manhattan's Chelsea Market as part of helping Haitian earthquake victims.

A starstudded collection of celebrity photos featuring iconic snaps of , , and has gone on display in New York. The exhibition, titled Snapped! From the Red Carpet to the Dark Side of Celebrity, is being held to mark the 21st anniversary of entertainment news and photo agency World Entertainment News Network.

Snapped! showcases shots from the past two decades, including with British monarch Queen Elizabeth II and Madonna in Malawi with her adopted son David Banda. The collection is also raising money for charity - all proceeds from the sales of prints will be donated to Concern Worldwide's Haitian earthquake relief efforts.

Lloyd Beiny, CEO of WENN, says, "Like everyone, we were devastated by the horrors of the recent events in Haiti and have been looking for an appropriate way in which to contribute." The exhibition runs until February 28 at Manhattan's Chelsea Market.

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