Girls pick out their prom dresses from the Princess Boutique.
Johnny, Jayde, Brian & Whitney head out around Orlando to collect prom dresses for girls!
The Johnny & Jayde Morning Show play cupid again for Valentine's Day.
Last week I did a Teach In. A teach in is when you go to a school and talk about what you do for a living. I was invited to Woodland Elementary School. I talk about an hour about Johnny's House, famous people I met and how it's important to pay attention in school because they would need those skill the rest of their lives. At the end of it, I gave out XL106.7 stuff and sign autographs for them.
Yesterday I got a package from the student. Each student wrote a thank you note and sent a picture of what is suppose to be me. I haven't laughed this hard in a while. You have to look through this gallery.
Thank you so much Woodland Elementary School!
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A couple of years ago my friend's husband was a Hollywood make up artist. I asked would he make me a Werewolf for Halloween. I was just thinking some whiskers, glue on sideburns ets. I had no idea this would take 2 day. One day to make a mold of my face and another day of 7 hours to put it all together. What you are about to see is the total transformation.
Now that he has a mold of my face I can be any character in the world.
Oh yea, getting the make up off is a different story.
I don't like to Blog everyday because I don't have anything to say everyday. When it touches me, I will take the time and put my thoughts in a Blog. Today is the day I'm going to do it.
I don't really need to say anything...
This Saturday we are collecting dresses for young ladies in our community. The only way we can make this work is for you ladies that are reading this, give dresses you don't wear anymore. We don't care what type of dress it is. Think about it, these dresses are just sitting in the closet. Think of the joy you can put on a young girl's face. We are talking about a girl that probably wouldn't go to the prom because she couldn't afford a dress. Now she has a dress and she didn't have to pay for it. We have been doing this for 5 years and the happiness on the faces of the girls are describable. We have had everything from tears to screams of joy. Happiness in knowing that they can now go to the prom and pick out the dress they wanted for free.