GRETCHEN ROSSI, SLADE SMILEY: Charity Party For Slade’s Son, Grayson… PHOTOS

June 23, 2012   8:40 pm

With the release of Wretched **BLEEEEEECH** CHRISTINE Rossi’s latest single, “Unbreakable”… and the setting for the  finale of the Real Housewives of Orange County continuing at Heather DO-BRO’s museum home…  it doesn’t seem as though there will be space during the season seven finale (airing on Tuesday) to put the spotlight on Slimey’s son, Grayson, for whom Wretched says “Unbreakable” was written.  However, the event  may be included in the “lost footage” episode…

WARNING:  You may experience severe symptoms of “auto-tunitis” while listening to Wretched’s “singing”… it is best to have several cold cloths and a bucket nearby before playing…

The OC season finale… with ‘SugarRushSarah’ being the villain for snapping off a tiny piece of HD’s naming cake… was filmed December 2011.

Slimey and Wretched DID have a charity event for Grayson Smiley held at Wretched’s hair stylist’s, Victor Paul, salon filmed on November 23, 2011… a month before the DO-BRO’s FondantFiasco!

                                 Slade Smiley being filmed while on cellphone outside the Victor Paul Salon…

The OC cast looks as though they all had a great time… and were very cozy with each other!  

Wretched and Slade Smiley were the hosts of the $50-per-person charity event, which featured a performance by illusionist Anthony “the Magic” Hernandez, singing by Jamie Hartmann and Tony Award-nominated actress Susan Egan, silent and live auctions, appetizers concocted by members of the Orange County Restaurant Association and a DJ from Playlist 92.7 FM… the station where RadioSlade is heard.


A crew from Evolution Media filmed the gathering for an upcoming episode of “Real Housewives.”

Grayson Arroyo Smiley, 11, has diffuse fibrillary astrocytoma, a rare form of brain cancer. He has undergone seven brain surgeries.

All five of the reality TV housewives appeared at the charity event at Victor Paul Salon to raise money for Grayson.  Other guests included Michael Costello, a fashion designer who appeared on season 8 of “Project Runway”;  and Henry DiCarlo, meteorologist for the KTLA 5 Morning News.

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