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Boston Globe: Colby O'Donis celebrates with BELL

BOSTON -- November 8 -- Singer Colby O'Donis, best known for joining Lady Gaga on the hit "Just Dance," performed in a talent show for the now 20-year-old organization BELL (Building Educated Leaders for Life) at the Revere Hotel over the weekend. Joining him for a performance of that song was BELL scholar Angelica Estrella. Other entertainers at the party included the a cappella group Pitch Slapped, which had just performed the national anthem at the Celtics home opener. Money raised from the night will go to after-school and summer programs for local kids.

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Colby O'Donis with BELL scholar Angelica Estrella at the Revere.


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