Kelly Ripa Announces LIVE! WITH KELLY's 'Cutest Kid Search'; Deadline 7/6

June 7
4:06 2012


On today's "LIVE! with Kelly," host Kelly Ripa announced a new search that will gladden the hearts of parents everywhere: "LIVE's Cutest Kid Search.

All parents think their children are the cutest, and now "LIVE" is giving them the chance to show they're right! The show is looking for entrants in two categories: Babies, for little ones between the ages of 6-48 months, and Big Kids, for 4 to 8-year-olds. Three finalists in each category will be flown to New York City to appear on "LIVE" and participate in a professional photo shoot. Then it will be up to the show's viewers to vote online and decide on the winners.

The winning "Baby" and the winning "Big Kid" each will enjoy a seven-day cruise for a family of four aboard Norwegian Cruise Line. And the "Cutest Kid" winner with the most overall votes also will receive a fully-loaded, brand-new 2013 Dodge Journey for his or her family.

To submit their kids, parents should send a recent photo along with their name, address, day and evening phone numbers and the child's name and date of birth to or Entry photos and information also can be mailed. Further details are available at The deadline for entry is 12 Noon, ET on Friday, July 6, 2012.

"LIVE! with Kelly" is distributed in national syndication by Disney-ABC Domestic Television. Produced by WABC-TV in New York and executive produced by Michael Gelman, "LIVE! with Kelly" airs in more than 200 markets across the U.S. Visit "LIVE" on the web at, on Facebook, or follow "LIVE" on Twitter @LiveKelly.

Photo credit: Walter McBride/Retna Ltd.


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