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New Benefit Gives Donors Chance To Win Hang Out With Clooney

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Here's your chance to win a date with George Clooney. For a $10 donation, you and a friend could accompany him to the premiere of Monuments Men.

You'll also get to hangout backstage with his entourage while David Letterman interviews him and attend an after-party.

You can enter the contest at omaze.com. According to the site, "You'll learn how it feels to be the classiest person on the red carpet (by association); what it's like to go out in NYC with the ultimate man's man, ladies' man, and all around man…"

Clooney's new movie Monuments Men will be based on the true story about a group of artists, scholars and historians who help protect the invaluable art in Europe during World War Two. It is set to come out on February 7th. The contest ends on January 30th, so there is still time to donate.

This donation drive benefits the Satellite Sentinel Project.

People on social media have been beaming at this idea. Lynn Wegner Stephenson writes, "Fantastic cause...then you add in George Clooney? What's not to love?"

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