Stars from television and music will auction personal items on the groundbreaking new interview-and-auction show Celebrity Auction Doctors, which premieres on April 10, 2014 at CelebrityAuctionDoctors.com and on YouTube.com.The celebrities’ historic items will be auctioned live worldwide in partnership with eBay’s official charity division Giving Works. Each star featured on Celebrity Auction Doctors participates in a candid, exclusive interview where they introduce a personal item for auction to benefit their charity of choice.American Idol Season 11 Top 4 finalist Hollie Cavanagh, fashion designer and winner of the seventh season of Project Runway and Project Runway: All-Stars (season 3) Seth Aaron, and famed 80’s rock band Twisted Sister are all featured in the inaugural episode. Hollie Cavanagh donated a necklace she wore on American Idol, Seth Aaron donated the scissors he used to win Project Runway, and Dee Snider’s personal jacket from the popular Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp.Proceeds from episode 1 will benefit The Humane Society of the United States (Hollie Cavanagh), Polaris Project (Seth Aaron), and March Of Dimes (Twisted Sister).Celebrity Auction Doctors was created by entrepreneur Todd Olster, whose company Auction Doctors, Inc. has organized global charity auctions for more than ten years for national organizations including: ESPN, City of Hope, and Women’s Sports Foundation. Olster founded Celebrity Auction Doctors knowing that it would be an outstanding promotional vehicle for charities and celebrities. The highly effective marketing power of Celebrity Auction Doctors is found in the combined social media presence of the celebrities and the charities.Celebrity Auction Doctors will present regular episodes this year following its launch. Stars from many different worlds – including: film, television, music, art, politics, sports, and more – become special guests on Celebrity Auction Doctors so they can raise money and awareness for their charities of choice. Celebrity Auction Doctors only supports 501C3 charities that have proven integrity.