SLASH Interviewed At Leeza Gibbons' 'Oscar Night at Mr. Chow' Event; Video Available

VELVET REVOLVER/ex-GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Slash and his wife Perla attended Leeza Gibbons' "Oscar Night at Mr. Chow" on Sunday, Febuary 22. The event was held to honor those celebrities that strive to be "Ambassadors of Change" — who lead by example by supporting charities.

In association with the Make A Difference Foundation and LAYN (Los Angeles Youth Netowrk), this event showcased celebrities and the charities that they support, as well as ways that people can get involved in non-profit organizations.

Video footage of Slash and Perla speaking to Sulinh Lafontaine on the red carpet of Leeza Gibbons' "Oscar Night at Mr. Chow" event can be viewed below.

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