MARTINA AND DOLLY ALL FIRED UP

Dolly Parton and Martina McBride are just two of the 30 celebrities showing another creative side by decorating helmets for southern California's firefighters. They join a list of stars -- including Nicole Kidman, Sharon Stone and Dennis Franz - who are putting their personal touches on the helmets to raise money for the "Heroes & Heroines Gala," which will take place Feb. 26 in Beverly Hills, Calif. The charity event aims to give back to the 15,000 firefighters who braved the terrible wildfires last fall that destroyed 750,000 acres over a 100-mile-plus area. Monies raised from the auctioned helmets will benefit the firefighters and the D.A.R.E. organization, the event's sponsor. "I'll do my best to see what kind of a mess I can make," jokes Dolly. To see the helmets, go to dare.com - and for more info on the gala, call 818-994-4661.

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