Teens Wanna Know - Brent Shapiro Foundation Summer Spectacular 2013
Posted September 13, 2013 | 0 favorites
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Teens Wanna Know hit the red carpet once again to discuss a topic with celebrities that has a lot of impact for teens...in this case drugs and alcohol abuse. The Brent Shapiro Foundation for Alcohol and Drug Awareness (http://brentshapiro.org) was founded after the tragic death of the son of Robert and Linell Shapiro after ingesting alcohol and ecstasy. They encourage sobriety, and also hold an annual benefit to raise funds for several programs, including college scholarships for teens. We spoke with several well-known celebrities, who shared their personal stories and provided advice for teens on how to deal with the peer pressure to try harmful substances which is found in communities nationwide. Guests: Paula Abdul "American Idol," Boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard, Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr. from The 5th Dimension and "Solid Gold," Harry Hamlin from "Clash of the Titans" and "Mad Men," Lisa Rinna from "Melrose Place" and "Days of Our Lives," veteran journalist Larry King, Tess Broussard "Kroll Show," actress Bai Ling, singer Jessi Malay, Bollywood singer Reggie Benjamin, and celebrity stylist Okera Banks. • Subscribe to the PenaChannel to see new episodes of Teens Wanna Know every week. • Listen to our Internet radio station with hot new music at http://teenswannaknow.com/radio • Follow us on http://twitter.com/teenswannaknow and on http://facebook.com/teenswannaknow. • Our website is http://TeensWannaKnow.com. • Follow the Peña kids at http://facebook.com/penasiblingsfanpage. • For even more, visit our fan pages on Teen Stars Online http://teenstarsonline.com -- its free to join!
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  • OG John
    OG John awesome seeing Sugar...saw some of his matches on disk he was machine gun quick.
    September 21, 2013
  • Front_Row_Center
    Front_Row_Center Good to see such greats in this video like Mr. King.
    October 9, 2013
  • Jeff_Wincott
    Jeff_Wincott I love this mature swing of TWK, not just interviews of kid stars but good support of important issues and great messages, and able to work great causes, messages and the kid stars interviews into the episodes. PS Larry King is a legend.
    November 13, 2013
  • Elian
    Elian 16 thousand views for this video...cool
    October 28, 2014