Dodgers Honor Hollywood Past, Present
by RadarOnline.com Staff
A Hollywood legend and an up-and-comer were honored Thursday night in a ceremony at Dodger Stadium, prior to the hometown Dodgers locking up with the New York Mets.
Javier Colon won NBC's breakout hit The Voice last month, claiming the show's grand prize of $100,000 and a recording contract. With guitar in hand, the Adam Levine protégé unfurled a beautiful rendition of the National Anthem.
Then, Mary Hart, who recently stepped down from Entertainment Tonight after 30 years on the job, was commended for her contributions. The 60-year-old beauty, clad in a blue Dodgers jersey on the cool summer night, was presented with another jersey autographed by the team by outfielder Andre Ethier.
Zookeeper star Kevin James and comic Dance Cook also attended the game, which the Blue Crew won 6-0 behind the strength of ace starter Clayton Kershaw.
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