Dancing With the Stars Arizona 2020

650 attend event to benefit the National Kidney Foundation of Arizona

The National Kidney Foundation of Arizona hosted An Evening in Eden on Feb. 29 at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Hotel and Resort. The 650 guests enjoyed a cocktail reception sponsored by BD followed by a three-course dinner in the ballroom. Kim Alexis emceed the event.

Entertainment was provided by 14 celebrity dancers, who paired with professional dancers in a competition. Judges awarded the following awards:

Alyssa Bair and Ivan Dishliev – People’s Choice

Jenni Croft Badolato and Nikolay Kralev – Judges’ Choice

Michael Mazzocco and Briana Santiago – Judges’ Choice

Matt MacLeod and Anja Imamovic – People’s Choice and Philanthropy Award

Dr. Corie Mitchell and Kristijan Burazer – Philanthropy Award

PHOTOS COURTESY NATIONAL KIDNEY FOUNDATION OF ARIZONA

2020 Dancing With the Stars champions: Alyssa Bair and Ivan Dishliev, Jenni Croft Badolato and Nikolay Kralev, Michael Mazzocco and Briana Santiago, Matt MacLeod and Anja Imamovic, and Dr. Corie Mitchell and Kristijan Burazer

Diana and Scott Munger

Janet Brooks, Samantha Allen, and Michelle and Richard Felker

Dr. Mark and Lexis Blitstein with Drs. Suzi and Harlan Schufeldt

Myranda Molina and Dr. Corie Mitchell

Kristen Murphy, Cindy Albracht Crogan and Kim Scott

Dr. Sheetal Chhaya, Kerrie Addante Jacobs, Ashleigh Schufeldt and Jamie Andersen

Dancing with the Stars Arizona: Class of 2020

Michael Mazzocco and pro partner Briana Santiago

Raquel Perez and pro partner Damir Karaman

Dr. Trond and Cristin Hegel

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