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WRAL's Amanda Lamb is dancing for a cause

Posted April 7

WRAL's Amanda Lamb is competing in the Dancing Like the Stars 2017 at the Southern Women's Show on Saturday, April 22 at the State Fairgrounds.

— WRAL's Amanda Lamb is dancing for a cause.

She is competing in the Dancing Like the Stars 2017 at the Southern Women's Show on Saturday, April 22 at the State Fairgrounds. Her dancing partner is David Cox, owner of the Arthur Murray studio in Cary.

The winner is the dancer who raises the most donations for the National Inclusion Project, which empowers organizations to include children with disabilities.

"This is something that so completely out of my comfort zone, but when Faye Parker, (Clay Aiken's mom), asked me to do it and explain where the money was going, I decided to give it a try," Lamb said.

Lamb said learning something new has been a challenge.

"I'm frankly scared to death, but when people donate to the cause, it gives me the inspiration I need to keep going," she said.

Vote for Amanda by making a donation online.

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