Garth and Trisha to Judge Peanuts Contest

Garth Brooks and wife Trisha Yearwood will be among the judges for the Peanuts 60th Anniversary Look-A-Like contest, in celebration of the beloved Peanuts comic strip.

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Tina Fey as Marcie? Or how about Will Ferrell as Snoopy? The famous look-alikes are a featured attraction at the first-ever Peanuts 60th Anniversary Photo Look-A-Like contest website at peanutsphotocontest.com. And now, fans can get in on the fun. With inspiration from this gallery of star look-alikes selected by the Peanuts team, moms and dads everywhere can submit photos of their Peanuts look-alike kids to peanutsphotocontest.com. Entries can be submitted through Nov. 3, and the grand prize is an all-expenses-paid trip for four to Cedar Fair amusement park in Sandusky, Ohio, home of Planet Snoopy. Jill Schulz, the daughter of Peanuts creator Charles Schulz, along with celebrity judges Garth, Trisha and Supernanny Jo Frost will then pick finalists for the public to vote on, starting Nov. 11. You can vote for your favorite finalist through Nov. 30. The contest benefits Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Other stars participating in the celebration are Whoopi Goldberg as Snoopy's feathered friend Woodstock, actor Michael Cera as Linus and Harry Connick Jr. as the piano-playing Schroeder.

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