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<i>By Joni Gray, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer</i><br>
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To get a jump on the Detroit auto show festivities, General Motors brought together popular singers and fashion designers to provide a glamorous backdrop for its best new product offerings. The event was designed to highlight the vehicles, but with a star-studded music lineup and leggy fashion models, the cars seemed oddly out of place.<br>
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Performing a few of her big hits, singer Mary J. Blige opened the show alongside a 1953 Chevrolet.
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By Joni Gray, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer

To get a jump on the Detroit auto show festivities, General Motors brought together popular singers and fashion designers to provide a glamorous backdrop for its best new product offerings. The event was designed to highlight the vehicles, but with a star-studded music lineup and leggy fashion models, the cars seemed oddly out of place.

Performing a few of her big hits, singer Mary J. Blige opened the show alongside a 1953 Chevrolet.

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