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This contest is now over and today’s winners are Miriam and Martha! Congratulations Martha and Miriam! Be sure to tune in next week for another edition of “Win It Wednesday” because you never know, the winner just might be you! It’s another edition of “Win It Wednesday” here on “Adaumbelle’s Quest” and two lucky readers, at random, will have the chance to win a brand-new, unopened “Invitation” Body Lotion by daytime Diva, Broadway and Cabaret star Susan Lucci. This floral scented body lotion is the perfect way to have sexy looking skin, while staying moisturized during these upcoming cold months. Just answer the question below and one of these could be yours! The winners will be announced at 5pm! Good Luck!

If you could cast Susan Lucci in any Broadway show, what show would you cast her in?

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James Mitchell, best known as “Palmer Cortlandt” on “All My Children” passed away on Friday, January 22, 2010 in Los Angeles, CA. In addition to his iconic role as “Palmer” on “All My Children,” (for which he received three Soap Opera Digest Awards and seven Daytime Emmy Award nominations), James had an extensive career as a dancer and choreographer in film musicals and theatre (Broadway, Off-Broadway, and Regionally). His performing career began at the American Ballet Theatre. He worked with renowned choreographer Agnes de Mills both as a dancer and choreographer in such Broadway productions asĀ  “Bloomer Girl,” “Brigadoon” (for which he won a Theatre World Award), “Paint Your Wagon,” “Come Summer,” and in the 1955 film “Oklahoma” where he starred as “Dream Curly.” In addition to working with de Mills, James worked the acclaimed Jerome Robbins in the Broadway production of “Billion Dollar Baby.” Other Broadway and Off-Broadway credits include “Carnival,” “Mack & Mabel,” “Annie Get Your Gun,” “The Three Penny Opera,” “Winkelberg,” and “Livin’ The Life.” Regionally, James was seen in productions of “The Rainmaker,” “The King and I,” and “Funny Girl.” Throughout his extensive career, James also worked as a director and choreographer for many regional theatres including The Papermill Playhouse and American Ballet Theatre. His film credits include “The Turning Point” and “The Bandwagon.”

Rest in Peace James and Thank You for entertaining me!

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