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Dozens of celebrities hit the runway to support the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women® Red Dress Collection® 2020 

Dozens of celebrities hit the runway to support the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women® Red Dress Collection® 2020 . With musical performances by Meghan Trainor and Shania Twain, hosted by Tamron Hall. 


Meghan Trainor, a Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter who just released her third studio album “TREAT MYSELF”, opened the show with a dynamic performance of “Blink” and “Me Too”.

The American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection® 2020 fashion show was hosted by Tamron Hall (ABC’s Tamron Hall Show) and featured 26 stars including Ali Stroker (Glee and Oklahoma), A.J. Andrews (professional softball player), Bailee Madison (Good Witch and The Fosters), Camille Schrier (Miss America 2020 and doctor of pharmacy student), Constance Zimmer (Unreal and A Million Little Things), Darlene Love (Academy and Grammy Award winning performer), Eva Gutowski (social media influencer and many other celebrities.  

Shania Twain, one of music's most renowned trailblazers and best-selling female country artists of all time will closed out the show with “That Don’t Impress Me Much”, “Life’s About to Get Good”, “Any Man of Mine” and “Man! I Feel Like a Woman”.

For the second year in a row, “America’s Top Dog,” Best in Show at the Westminster Dog Show, joined in the action. The 2019 winner, King the Wire Fox Terrier, walked the runway with Entertainment Tonight’s Rachel Smith.

The American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women® Red Dress Collection® brings together dozens of stars and pop culture icons who hit the catwalk shining a light on heart disease in women. The beauty of this event truly lies in the message of empowerment they bring to fighting women’s No. 1 health threat – heart disease.

The event, founded by The Heart Truth® program at the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) of the National Institutes of Health, serves as Go Red for Women’s national marquee event aimed at increasing awareness of heart disease in women, and uniting women as a relentless force to end heart disease and stroke globally.  While nearly 80 percent of cardiac events can be prevented, cardiovascular diseases continue to be a woman’s greatest health threat, claiming the lives of 1 in 3 women and taking more lives than all forms of cancer combined.  The American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection sponsors include platinum sponsor CVS Health, with additional support from Radisson RED® Hotels and media sponsor Variety.