CNN/HLN Honors MJ2 as Breakthrough Women - Segment to Air 10/13-10/16
“Breakthrough Women” dates and air times are as follows: (air times are EST) Thursday, October 13, 2011 Times: between 8:30-9:00 AM & 2:30-3PM (EST) Friday, October 14, 2011 Times: between 7:00-8:00 PM (EST) Saturday, October 15, 2011 Times: between 1:30-2PM (EST) Sunday, October 16, 2011 Times: between 10:30-11:00 AM & 1:30-2PM (EST) *Please note the air times are listed in Eastern Time!!* Click this link to view the segment online on HLN’s Website: http://mxp.blogs.cnn.com/2011/10/13/diabetic-angels-support-educate-and-entertain/
We just want to follow up on the special segment filmed by CNN/HLN honoring MJ2 (aka…Mollie and Jackie and Mollie and Jackie) as, “Breakthrough Women!” As some of you know, CNN recently filmed MJ2 for HLN’s series, ‘Breakthrough Women,’ which will air for four days this week, beginning Thursday October 13th, through Sunday, October 16th, exclusively on HLN’s Morning Express with Robin Meade. This segment will also be seen on the Internet at: http://mxp.blogs.cnn.com/category/breakthrough-women/ and on MJ2’s website, www.mj2twins.com. CNN is recognizing MJ2 for their advocacy and fundraising efforts on behalf of diabetes research, as well as, for their music, in particular MJ2 ‘s Celebrity Single, “You Can’t Say Love Enough” featuring Dolly Parton, Lee Greenwood, Wayne Newton and many more artists. This song is currently available on iTunes and all of the net proceeds, from the sale of the Celebrity Single, are being donated to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, on behalf of MJ2’s organization the Diabetic Angels and MJ2’s producer, Dennis Money and his record label Sweetsong Nashville. This segment, although short, is a powerful tribute to MJ2 for their contributions to the diabetes community and the music industry.The “Diabetic Angels” are made up of two sets of identical twins who have set out to support people with diabetes and educate everyone. It all started when one of the angels was un-invited from a 4th grade party because the mom hosting the event thought that ‘diabetics were a hassle.’ Since then the Angels have done speaking engagements, launched a website and are even SINGING to get their message out and raise money for a cure. To learn more, visit their website: diabeticangels.com. Meet all of our Morning Express with Robin Meade "Breakthrough Women.“ Do you know a Breakthrough Woman? Nominate her at iReport.com.