“Amazing Race” contestants Jaymes Vaughan and James Davis, the Chippendales duo who came in second on the show, headed to a charity event benefiting American Cancer Society and Forget Cancer Now on Wednesday night at The Act Nightclub at the Shoppes at the Palazzo.
Kiss for a Cure, hosted by Bryan Chan, was integrated into some of the regular nightly performances, and funds raised that night benefit the American Cancer Society and Forget Cancer Now. Donations were collected at a kissing booth and photo booth staffed by Chippendales and local Vegas celebrities. All proceeds collected at the door will benefit the American Cancer Society, and those collected at the booths will benefit Forget Cancer Now, the fundraiser for Edwin Vaughan, father of Chippendale Jaymes Vaughan.
Chan has worked closely with cancer charities over the past five years, ever since his grandmother was diagnosed with stomach cancer in 2007. Since then, Chan has volunteered his time and commitment to local cancer organizations in order to spread awareness, raise money for research, and find a cure.
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