March 22, 2011 03:30 PM

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If Ashley Greene had gone to our high school, she totally would’ve been prom queen. So it makes sense that the Twilight beauty is returning for a third year as the official spokesperson of, a national campaign that encourages girls around the country to donate gently used special occasion dresses to other teens in need. “In high school, I had to work several jobs to save enough to buy a prom dress,” Greene said in a statement. “It was so worth it: I had a blast at prom! Every girl should have the chance to have that experience.” The actress has given several of her red carpet gowns to the cause, and this year, is donating the white Lela Rose dress she wore to the Chrysalis Butterfly Ball. In addition to her contributions, Greene is hosting a live Twitterview for fans on Wednesday, March 23, from 4:30-4:45 p.m. on Girls can Tweet questions about dressing for prom, doing makeup and hair, handling date and friend dilemmas, and Greene will write back in real time. For more information on dress donations, or to find a dress, visit —Kate Hogan


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