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  1. Tyra Banks Tyra Banks

    For her continuing support of positive body image among young women and her mission to expand the definition of beauty using all her media platforms; including America's Next Top Model, her recently launched fashion and beauty online experience typeF.com and her soon to be released young adult fantasy novel "Modelland."

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    Tyra's Acceptance Speech »

  2. Nigel Barker Nigel Barker

    As a huge supporter of Girl Up, Nigel joined the "Unite For Girls Tour", which travels to cities across the U.S. to active and engage teens from coast to coast. He also spends time as an advocate for animals most recently making a PSA on shark protection.

    Nigel Barker's Site »

  3. Gisele Bundchen Gisele Bundchen

    Gisele joined forces with AOL to launch an animated web series called Gisele and the Green Team, designed to encourage young people to do what they can to protect the planet and also gave $1 million to the earthquake fund created by the Japanese Red Cross Society, as well as $250,000 to the Pacific Tsunami Fund and Save the Children and another $250,000 to a Japanese Red Cross earthquake fund.

    Gisele Bundchen's Official Site »

  4. Fergie Fergie

    The Fergie Charity Shoe Sale, a three-hour broadcast, offered more than 100,000 pairs of shoes donated by top designers, with net proceeds benefiting breast cancer research and education institutions.

    Fergie's Official Site »

  5. Christy Turlington Christy Turlington

    Chisty partnered with dairy supplier Lifeway Foods for the Every Mother Counts campaign to raise awareness and improve the health and lives of mothers and children everywhere.

    Christy Turlington's Official Site »

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