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EXCLUSIVE: Shalom Life and David Cross Host Interactive Online Facebook Chat on February 28th

The Arrested Development star talks Arrested Development, Cocaine at the White House and answers all your questions.

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: February 24th, 2012 in Culture » Society » Interviews

EXCLUSIVE: Shalom Life and David Cross Host Interactive Online Facebook Chat on February 28th

Normally, when news spreads that a “white powder” has been spotted at the White House, you’d be forgiven if your immediate thoughts turn to terrorism in the form of yet another anthrax scare. However, Arrested Development star, David Cross, recently admitted that while attending the annual White House Correspondents Dinner, he snorted cocaine 65 feet away from President Obama. But, what’s the big deal, really? After all, it is called the White House!

What could be more exciting than a never-nude on the Bolivian Marching Powder? How about an adrenalin-pumping, wild afternoon of Facebook chat? That’s right! Shalom Life and Mr. Cross will be hosting an interactive Facebook chat on February 28th at 2pm EST at www.facebook.com/officialdavidcross where you can ask him anything you want.

So, be sure to take part of this unique opportunity to share some laughs and insights from a truly funny man. Candid, unedited and sure to be hilarious, Mr. Cross is ready for your questions.

Event Details:
Shalom Life and David Cross Live Facebook Chat
February 28th at 2PM EST
www.facebook.com/officialdavidcross
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