Friday, December 15th, 2017

Jane Lynch Hosts ‘Woman’s Day 14th Annual Red Dress Awards’


Susan Spencer-Jane Lynch-Kassie MeansJane Lynch hosted the Woman’s Day 14th Annual Red Dress Awards on Tuesday, February 7. The event was held at Jazz at Lincoln Center in NYC.

The Red Dress Awards is a night of awards and performances honoring those who have made significant contributions to Heart Health Awareness. Melissa Etheridge headlined the event, performing “Come to My Window,” “I Wanna Be In Love,” “I Run For Life,” and “I’m the Only One.”  The Awards featured additional performances from rock all-female string-quartet Bella Electric Strings, and teen singer Carly Rose Sonenclar of The X Factor.


Also in attendance were Woman’s Day Editor in Chief Susan Spencer, Melissa Etheridge, Alicia Quarles, Carly Rose Sonenclar, Carson Kressley, Hoda Kotb, Joy Bauer, Kym Johnson, Laila Ali, Lena Hall, Sarah Stiles, Sheinelle Jones, Star Jones, Robert Herjavec, Tamron Hall, and beloved icon Betty Boop.

Hoda Kotb & Joy Bauer & Live Long Live Strong Ladies(1)

Melissa Etheridge



Woman’s Day honored the following heart health advocates: Laila Ali, wellness and fitness expert, former world champion boxer, and TV personality and advocate for the American Heart Association; Janine A. Clayton, M.D., Associate Director for Research on Women’s Health, and Director, Office of Research on Women’s Health at the National Institutes of Health; LaQuitta “Shai” Wilkins, Miss Black Alabama USA 2016, Pediatric ICU Travel Nurse, and Heart Health advocate; and Holly Andersen, M.D., Scientific Advisor for the Women’s Heart Alliance, Attending Cardiologist at The New York-Presbyterian Hospital, and Director of Education and Outreach at the Ronald O. Perelman Heart Institute.

Participants of the fourth annual Woman’s Day Live Longer & Stronger Challenge attended alongside their mentor, TODAY Show nutritionist and Woman’s Day columnist Joy Bauer and experts from the Mayo Clinic. Over the course of eight months, Woman’s Day, Bauer and the Mayo Clinic have provided nutrition counseling and guidance to five women who have collectively lost more than 226 pounds and have achieved impressive heart health milestones.

Neiman Marcus Last Call provided dresses for the women to help celebrate their transformations.



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