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  • Stand Up for the Heroes Makeover Event

    Mary Alice Stephenson, wearing gray, and her team of stylists gave makeovers to 50 caregivers of wounded service members Nov. 8, 2011, so they could hit the red carpet in style for the next night's fifth annual Stand Up for Heroes event held by the Bob Woodruff Foundation and the New York Comedy Festival.
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  • Stand Up for the Heroes Makeover Event

    Mary Alice Stephenson poses with photographer Nikki Stephens and Lee Woodruff, the wife of ABC News' Bob Woodruff. Lee Woodruff said she wanted the women to feel like queens for the day. "It was a woman pushing a wheelchair with a Vietnam veteran husband who said to me, at an event, 'The guys get to go on vacation here, but we don't,'" she said.
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  • Stand Up for the Heroes Makeover Event

    Mary Alice Stephenson takes a photo with Meg O'Grady, Brent Jurgensen and Houston the dog during caregiver makeovers at the Sheraton Hotel & Tower in New York, Nov. 8, 2011.
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  • Stand Up for the Heroes Makeover Event

    The glam squad also helped the 50 caregivers put the finishing touches on their looks before they hit the red carpet Nov. 9, 2011 for gala benefitting service members and their families. The Woodruff Foundation has given $9.5 million in program spending to help soldiers and relatives transition and heal.
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  • Stand Up for the Heroes Makeover Event

    Sears department stores donated racks full of clothes, shoes and accessories for the women to choose from.The fifth annual Stand Up for Heroes gala was held at the Beacon Theatre in New York City. Bruce Springsteen, Ricky Gervais and Jon Stewart headlined the event.
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  • Stand Up for the Heroes Makeover Event

    Shoes are lined up for the 50 caregivers to choose from as they get their makeovers.
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  • Stand Up for the Heroes Makeover Event

    Mary Alice Stephenson poses with an unidentified woman during makeovers at the Sheraton Hotel & Tower Nov. 8, 2011.
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  • Stand Up for the Heroes Makeover Event

    Stylists working with Mary Alice Stephenson help one woman pick out accessories to complement her dress.
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  • Stand Up for the Heroes Makeover Event

    Another unidentified woman gets the star treatment as a stylist assists her with outerwear Nov. 8, 2011.
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  • Stand Up for the Heroes Makeover Event

    The lucky women were also treated to hair and makeup by L'Oreal and Dior the night of the event.
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